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    SafeNet not working

    I have just installed Home Designer Pro 8 on my laptop (I no longer have my desktop computer) and I get a message that update is needed but it will not update. Now it say SafeNet hasp is not working. I am using Windows 7 Pro on a Lenovo ThinkPad laptop. Please tell me what I need to do. Thanks, Sue Jackson Wyoming
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    Need Plans for a New Home

    allyncooper, Thanks for the post. Our favorite doctor is in Buffalo now. We live 4 miles outside of town but we have covenants--minimum sq feet and no manufactured homes. Thanks again, wyosue
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    Need Plans for a New Home

    Solver, Thanks
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    Need Plans for a New Home

    It has been so long since I have been on the group--where do I find the PM?
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    Need Plans for a New Home

    Love It!!!! We lived in Wellington, about 40 southwest of Cleveland. Sue
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    Need Plans for a New Home

    Jo_Ann Thanks for the suggestions. Drawing a straight line with a ruler right now is a challenge <just kidding>. We moved to Wyoming from Ohio in 2003. Thank you again, Sue in Wyoming
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    Need Plans for a New Home

    AppleWalker, Thank you so much. Love your design but not sure it will work. If we bought a lot down the road something like that would work with beautiful views of Wind River Canyon. Right now we are on the other side of the road. Our home right now is 3300 sq ft on 2 levels. For a new home I would want one between 2500 sq ft and 2800 sq ft. with a sewing room too Thanks again.
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    Need Plans for a New Home

    Rookie, Thanks for your comments. My Graphics cards are great for both computers. I stayed with Windows 7 Pro because some of my other software would not work using Windows 10. I just want to get an idea of what I can design using Pro 8 before I talk to any builders. Solver, Thanks for your comments too. Actually my first Home Designer program was 6.0 and I had a house design for our lot but my computer crashed and I lost the plans. I know my design will not be "Professional" but I wanted to start with something to show any builders.
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    Need Plans for a New Home

    It has been about 2 years since I have posted on this group. I was going to add a Sewing Studio to our existing home but it did not happen. Now I want to draw plans for a new home on our lot next door to our existing home.Because of the lay of the land (many draws) I am not sure what size foot print will fit. I am not sure where to begin. I want a house on one level (no stairs) with easy access. I want rooms spacious. We are in our 70's and 80's so need to design plans with age in mind. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I have a new desktop computer and a new laptop and both have Windows 7 Pro installed. I have not reinstalled Home Designer Pro 8.0 on either one. Thanks, Sue from Wyoming
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    house plans done in Windows XP

    Eric, That is the way I had it 4 years ago when I was going to do this--long story short--x-builder friend did not want to do it. Took me over a year to get the design the way I wanted it and my husband said he was getting too old for a large remodel. We live in a small town and do not have many choices. I guess I thought this one would be much smaller--probably not But I too think going out like I want would be too long. I wish I could pull up my design because I thought it looked pretty good. Thank you for your input. Thanks, Sue in Wyoming Sue's Sew EZ Designs Home Designer Pro 8 Windows 7 Pro Desktop computer
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    house plans done in Windows XP

    Eric, Yes, the house faces west? I would add 12' to make the garage for my sewing room and that would make the size approx 40' x 22' then add another 26' with (2) 10' garage doors facing south. Actually the finished length would be more like 66'. I hope that makes sense. Thanks, Sue in Wyoming Sue's Sew EZ Designs Home Designer Pro 8 Windows 7 Pro Desktop computer
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    house plans done in Windows XP

    David, I don't know if you can answer this question but I have been trying to figure out how I could add a sewing/computer room on the ground level. Right now it is in the walk-out basement. It seems to be the only option I have now is to make our garage my sewing room and add a new garage to the west of the garage right now with the garage doors facing to the south instead of the west. Right now the gararge is 21' 6" by 27' 6". I think I could add 12' to the length and make the new garage 26' by 21'6" but that would make that side of the house about 54' long. I want the end result to be aesthetically pleasing so I guess am asking if there is an easy way for me to draw things out since I cannot seem to get my previous layouts and plans to open now. I have tried to add 2 jpgs so I hope it works. Thanks, Sue in Wyoming Sue's Sew EZ Designs Home Designer Pro 8 Windows 7 Pro Desktop computer
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    house plans done in Windows XP

    David, I tried that a year ago when I got my laptop and it did not work--maybe it was because I did not have an extra harddrive on my laptop. I will ask my computer guy if he can do that for me. Thanks, Sue in Wyoming Sue's Sew EZ Designs Home Designer Pro 8 Windows 7 Pro Desktop computer
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    house plans done in Windows XP

    Eric, Thanks, I found some of my old posts. Everything that was posted by me and others were jpgs. Thanks again for your help. Thanks, Sue in Wyoming Sue's Sew EZ Designs Home Designer Pro 8 Windows 7 Pro Desktop computer
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    house plans done in Windows XP

    Eric, Thanks, I will try that tomorrow. I will try to find more files but not sure what extenstion to look for. I know I had more files and folders. Do you know how long posts are kept on this forum? I had to create a new account because I could not be found. Thanks, Sue in Wyoming Sue's Sew EZ Designs Home Designer Pro 8 Windows 7 Pro Desktop computer