PDF Templates


I’ve been hearing a lot of positive feedback for the new PDF Templates feature in Revu v 7.  Templates let users create and save PDFs of commonly used documents – like letterhead and coversheets – directly into Revu.  After you’ve added a template to Bluebeam you can use it to create a new PDF.  You can also insert the Template into an existing file.

Here’s a quick video that will show you how to use PDF Templates.

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I think there are a few reasons why templates are so popular.  First, they’re a great time saver.  Templates make commonly used document types accessible with just a few clicks.  Second, there are so many ways to use templates.  You can use them to create invoices, order forms, price quotes, etc., then fill them in with the typewriter tool or tablet pen. The possibilities are endless.

If you’re already using PDF templates, tell me how.  If not, then make sure to try them out soon.  And remember to keep on PDF’ing!


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4 Responses to “PDF Templates”

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  4. mike Says:

    I didn’t know that I could do templete until I read this post.

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