Video Testimonial – Using Bluebeam PDF Revu on Multiple Monitors


It’s our latest Bluebeam user story!

Watch user Anthony DelNunzio digitally review plans using Bluebeam PDF Revu on multiple monitors. Then, see how he maximizes his display using Bluebeam’s MutliView technology to show multiple PDFs side by side. Nice!

If you want to share your Bluebeam story, let me know and I’ll send you information about recording and submitting videos. And remember, to keep on PDFin’!


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4 Responses to “Video Testimonial – Using Bluebeam PDF Revu on Multiple Monitors”

  1. Frank Says:

    nice, sadly does this only work with monitors which use the same resolution. I for example have a WUXGA on top of a smaller WXGA montior, there I’m lost with PDF Revu, sadly, and have to use a second PDF viewer to view two independent PDF documents on both displays in maximized state.

  2. Frank Griffith Says:

    I was at the AIA Convention in Miami last week and visited the Bluebeam booth. I can easily say that at least my work-a-day life will never be the same. I have used the dual monitor setup with PDF’s and have had great success but with Adobe’s limited markup tools and no way to track them I was often frustrated. Enter Bluebeam. I am totally sold on it’s ability not only to speed up my take-offs but it greatly improves the accuracy I can acheive. Today I did a take-off which would normally take an entire day, without interruptions. But even with constant interruptions I finished the take-off in less than three hours using Bluebeam. I’ve convinced my boss to buy seats for all of us. What we saved today alone in time paid for my copy.

  3. Tim Says:

    I couldn’t agree more with Frank. I started using the trial version 3 years ago and ended up getting the full version through my company. I have been promoting Bluebeam to fellow coworkers and clients. They all have been pleased with the level of succes with Bluebeam.
    When you call customer service, the hold line doesn’t talk more than 30 seconds.
    Keep up the good work staff.

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