Archive for March, 2011

Bluebeam PDF Revu 9 Podcast – It’s launch day!

March 22, 2011

As we say here at Bluebeam, “It’s alive!!”

Today is not only the launch of the new fully-loaded Bluebeam PDF Revu 9, but also the debut of Bluebeam PDF Revu eXtreme for PDF power users. Yep, it’s an exciting day for Bluebeamers! To celebrate, below is part 2 of the “What’s in Revu 9 Podcast” with Ben and Peter from the Bluebeam development team:

We already discussed many of the great features in Revu 9 in part 1 of the podcast. Part 2 talks about these additional amazing features now available in Revu Standard, Revu CAD and Revu eXtreme: PDF to MS Office conversion, Quick Launch, VisualSearch™, Erase content and cut content, area cutout, custom statuses for the Markups list, dynamic page ranges (for drawing comparisons, printing and more) and adding hyperlinks to PDFs from the File Access tab. The podcast also discusses these features available only in eXtreme: PDF forms creation and scripting.

Check out this page for more details on all the new features in Revu 9 and eXtreme. And remember, to keep on PDFin’!


See us later this month at the AIIM Expo

March 10, 2011

It’s a busy month for Bluebeam! Not only have we announced that Revu 9 will be launching this month and that we’ll be exhibiting at ConExpo…we’re heading to DC, too!

Bluebeam will be going to PDF and beyond on March 22nd – 24th at the AIIM Expo in booth 1225. AIIM will be a great opportunity see Revu 9 in action, talk with technical members of our team about how Bluebeam Q can automate your enterprise’s PDF-based processes, learn how our bFX protocol can help you tie in Revu’s PDF markup features to online systems, and find out how your organization can use Bluebeam Studio for real-time collaboration.

If you want to go to the show but haven’t registered yet, check out this page. AIIM is offering a free expo hall pass for those who pre-register. We hope to see you there, and remember to keep on PDFin’!


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