2007 Update Training

Job #1884

Job Posting Details

Job # 1884 2007 Update Training

Posted Date
Aug 1, 2006 @ 23:12
Respond By
Aug 4, 2006
Word Count
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Language
English
Gender
Male
Age Range
-
Category
-

Job Description

Our company develops computer based training for a CAD Software product called SolidWorks. It is essential for us that the tone of the narration sounds like you are sitting down with a friend explaining something to him, rather than a presenter who is presenting to an audience. The lLanguage should be informal and not perfect and the script can be used loosely in order to capture a natural sound, as long as the content is unaffected. (for example: "I'll click the button" rather than I will click the button") Whichever gives the more comfortable informal tone.

Final word count:approximately 12,000 – 14,000
Running time:just over an hour.

Here is a link for samples from last year’s product. http://www.solidprofessor.com/UTProduct.html#

Sample script:

SolidWorks 2007 also allows you simulate Belts and chains. Let me switch to another part to show you what I mean… Here on this part we’ll add a belt that’ll connect these three pulleys

To do this we’ll actually be adding a new type of Sketch Entity called Belt Chain. To create a Belt Chain, I can launch it from the Tools, Sketch Entities Drop Down menu…..or to add it to my Blocks toolbar, I can go to Tools…Customize, …and on the commands tab I’ll select the Blocks category…here I can drag the Belt Chain icon onto my toolbar.


Once it’s added, I’ll click on it to begin. The Belt/Chain Property manager will appear. The process of creating a Belt/Chain is simple. The first selection window is prompting me to select the pulley components. Once they’re selected, a preview of the belt will appear. I can use the arrows in the graphics area to change the side of the pulley where the belt will pass….or I can click on it in the selection window and click the “Flip Belt Side” button.

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