Woo hoo! Right now you are reading the 100th post of the PDF Insider blog!
That sure is a lot to read about PDF’ing with Bluebeam. So just in case you haven’t seen every single PDF Insider entry, I compiled this list of our most popular posts:
We got a flood of inquiries about using Bluebeam for closeout after this podcast went up. And really, it makes a lot of sense. Using Bluebeam on a tablet pc to mark punch items is a really efficient way to handle closeout.
The ability to save and create PDF templates is a cool feature that was introduced in version 7. But I have to admit, it’s become more popular than I had ever imagined.
We had so much fun at AIA 2009, that we decided to put together a video of the crowd at our booth. And the PDF Insider readers loved it! After watching this video again today after five months, I’ve only got one thing today. If you thought we had a good time at AIA 2009, just wait to you see what we’ve got going on for Greenbuild next month!
PDF Insider readers have heeded the warning. If you want to remove sensitive information from a PDF, make sure to redact, and not just cover up facts and figures with white boxes.
Our first ever Bluebeam Podcast was a smash hit. In fact, it’s the most popular post ever. And it still receives blog hits every day!
Earlier readers of the PDF Insider will remember that this post and podcast went up about one month prior to the launch of version 7. It was the first glimpse of what the new product would include, and it created a lot of excitement among Bluebeam users.
Thanks for reading, and of course, remember to keep on PDF’ing!