This online tools at http://smallblueprinter.com/ are pretty easy to use, though you'll want to work with it a bit to figure out the printing and export capabilities. It is much simpler that Sketchup, though I'd heartily recommend using Sketchup if you have the time.
My students have used http://floorplanner.com for the last year. They were gracious enough to give me a PRO-subscription at no charge and they might do the same for you. Don't tell them where you got their name!!
The only way, so far, to print is do a screen capture. I haven't search the site well enough to find whether they have other print capabilities...and I haven't ask the guys who give super tech support.
Hi Nancy! I've used floorplanner once before when I was first researching for a good program. I love that I can measure everything and create a drawing that is to scale. I also like the feature of being able to change colours. Saving...yes, that's a bit of a problem. Print screen always is an option, but I'd like for them to just click on save. What does the PRO subscription provide? Can I install it on 40 computers?
Right...duh...it's late and I'm absorbing a huge amount of information so I think my brain is a bit on overload. Can a class of 20 all log on at the same time with the one account? With the free version I have I can only create one design. I read that the PRO version provides the opportunity to create more designs. I'll send them an email making my request. Thanks!