Translate PDF Markups in 3-2-1

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When we said that we relied on user feedback to create Revu 9, we really meant it. In fact, our translate markups features is a direct result of customer feedback. As the story goes, one architect working on a project in China just so happened to be fluent in Mandarin. I’ll give you one guess as to who in the firm translated all drawing comments for the contractors on site.

Despite being extremely busy with her job and translation duties, this user contacted us and said “Any chance you can add a translation feature into Bluebeam?” Not only did Revu 9 deliver on this request, it has made translating markups as easy as 1-2-3.

Step 1)
Markup PDFs the same way you would normally.


Step 2)
While connected to the Internet, go to Document/Translate Markups.

Step 3)
Select the “From” and “To” languages, the page range to translate and click OK.


And now all your text markups are translated – not only on the PDF, but in the Markups list, too.


How will you use this feature? Let me know. And remember, to keep on PDFin’!

-Karen

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