Map historic sites, look for a new home, or analyze traffic patterns
Want to see the world? Forget packing, customs, and airport security —with Google Earth, simply click and you're there. And it works just as well to find school districts and shortcuts in your hometown. This guide helps you install and customize the software, create specialized maps, tour almost any city on earth, and more!
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Good book, a must to have if you are going to delve into the depths of Google Earth...Published 1 month ago by Kay W. Hargis
I have found that most all books for Dummies are great sources for learning whatever the theme. Google Earth itself got a bit tiresome so I looked for more reasons to keep it.Published 4 months ago by A Connor
I found this worth buying, as it has good explanations and useful links. It helped me in making maps for several projects, used along with The KML Handbook. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mocha
should have listen to other reviewer who recommended to wait for a newer edition,otherwise makes for a good base for an uneven table leg.Published 5 months ago by Davidd
I bought this to become more informed on this topic but have not had much time to explore. I am sure it could be useful.Published 7 months ago by RecycleABook
If you use Google Earth this is a must have! There is so much more to GE than you know if you don't have this informative book.
You will be surprised what you DON'T know!
I have worked with Google Earth for quite some time, but had a few questions that I wanted a reference for. Read morePublished 16 months ago by T. Mains
I thoroughly love the "Dummie" books because they are in layman terms and not "Techy" terms. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Sandie
This book is a great start to understand the basics of Google Earth. My one issue is that Google has been updated; with some significant changes that were not available when the... Read morePublished on September 27, 2011 by Chuck Snover