View PDFs and websites, too!

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WebTabs is a nifty feature in Bluebeam.

To open a WebTab, right click in the grey space next to your file tabs.

To open a WebTab, right click in the grey space next to your file tabs.

Since version 6, WebTabs have provided Bluebeam users with a web browser for surfing the Internet from directly within Revu.

A screenshot of the Bluebeam Software website, as viewed in a Bluebeam PDF Revu WebTab.

A screenshot of the Bluebeam Software website, as viewed in a Bluebeam PDF Revu WebTab.

WebTabs is a useful feature for a few reasons. First, if you need to refer to a website while reviewing a PDF, you can use Revu’s tabbed navigation to switch back and forth between the PDF and website. You can even split the view to display both the website and PDF side by side.  Also, when you click a hyperlink in a PDF, Revu will automatically open that website in a WebTab.

What do you use WebTabs for? Let me know. And remember to keep on PDF’ing!

-Karen


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