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Need some help marking up your PDFs?

September 21, 2009

Raise your hand if one of the following is true:

  1. You are new to Bluebeam.
  2. You aren’t new to Bluebeam, but you want to learn more about the software’s functionality.

Okay, well I guess you don’t really need to raise your hand. But if one of the following does apply to you, we have a new resource on our website that you might want to check out – the Bluebeam Help File.

From “add curve” to “zoom toolbar”, the Bluebeam Help File explains all of Revu’s features.

From “add curve” to “zoom toolbar”, the Bluebeam Help File explains all of Revu’s features.

The Bluebeam Help File is the “everything and the kitchen sink” explanation of Bluebeam PDF Revu, and it can be a very useful tool for learning Revu, especially advanced features. Simply browse through the table of contents, perform keyword searches or look for specific features in the index. It’s all in there!

The Help File is now posted on our Support page. It’s also accessible from the Help menu in Revu. So go ahead, check it out. And remember to keep on PDF’ing!

-Karen

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