The ability to summarize annotations from the Markups list to an XML, CSV or PDF file has always been a popular feature in Revu. After all, it’s a fast and easy way to generate a report of all feedback, including who made the markup, when the markup was made and any other associated comment.
Many users choose to create PDF summaries from Revu because they can be appended to the existing PDF, and configured so that the entries hyperlink back to the original markup – giving greater context and clarity to the issue at hand. Prior to Revu 10, PDF summaries were generated in this “Flow” format:
Now, you can also create a table-like PDF summary, by selecting the Table option from the PDF Summary dialog box.
The result will be a PDF table, which (if you selected the “Append to Current PDF” and “Create Hyperlinks” options from the PDF Summary dialog box) will also link back to the original markups.
And, depending on the amount of information you are summarizing, the table summaries can be a much more concise way to summarize markup data.
What other enhancements are you discovering in Revu 10? Let me know. And remember, to keep on PDFin’.