Hi Tom and thanks, that's how I'd learn it too, if it was me doing it but I have little use for CAD myself. I do things with Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and the like. I did use AutoCAD for logic capture back in the mid-eighties but that was in a different life.
The PDF manual has already been printed and comb bound. The problem here is Dave's lack of knowledge with computers. He's fine with a drawing board and has been using one for a few years now, probably around 45 of them, he's 62! Until 6 months ago I can guarantee
that he hadn't touched a computer before, so his user knowledge is limited to say the least!
Anyway, the point is that it isn't a tutorial on draughting or a tutorial on CAD in general that he needs but a tutorial on QCAD in particular.
I have no intention of trying to learn it myself and pass that knowledge on, not only do I not have the time, I can't teach for toffee!
Just wondering what the wink was for? Was it, perchance, that you think that Dave is actually me?
Dave is 62, I am 52. Dave is a member of a Christian religious sect that proscribed computers until recently, I am an atheist who has been a software/hardware engineer for the last 28 years. So you couldn't have thought it was me. Only curious on that point, it isn't important.
I'd look in the library, but I very much doubt if there's anything on QCad in there.