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Create Free Interactive Floor Plans

Create Free Interactive Floor Plans
Watch a video about how to use placepad Creating a Place Viewing a Place Placepad allows anyone to create an interactive floor plan with photos and notes in very a short amount of time. Learn more. Placepad can be used any time you need to easily create a floor plan that can be viewed from any where on the web.

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