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Helpful Tips & Tricks for Bluebeam Revu
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Bluebeam Revu is an extremely powerful tool for the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) community that allows users to markup, takeoff, organize, and collaborate PDF files easier than before. Annotating and measuring is now faster than before and the new studio features allow you to collaborate in real-time.

Annotating and measuring are now faster than before, and the new studio features allow you to collaborate in real-time. But tools are only as good as our ability to use them.

As of September 20, 2022, Bluebeam announced its business transformation with the release of Bluebeam Cloud, a new suite of mobile and browser-based solutions available globally as part of new subscription plans. This is why Bluebeam is moving towards a cloud and data-centric portfolio through Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). In tandem with this journey to SaaS, Bluebeam is moving to a subscription pricing model.

Join us as David Spergel, Microsol Resources' Bluebeam Revu expert, gives out some of the tips & tricks, including keyboard shortcuts to supercharge your Bluebeam Revu workflows, walks through the Bluebeam plans and shows you how to:

- Call out multiple areas on a drawing from a single comment.
- Apply markups to all pages of a document.
- Automatically auto-size text boxes to perfectly be sized for the text they contain
- Export PDFs to Word or Excel format.
- Discover how you can collaborate with your project partner using Studio Project or Studio Sessions.
- Explore how you can quickly calculate area measurements within Spaces.
- Utilize the customizable keyboard shortcuts to help you work faster and better in Revu.
- New customizable shortcuts include batch tools, sketch tools, cut content, erase content, and lots more.

Apr 20, 2023 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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David Spergel
Applications Specialist @Microsol Resources.
David Spergel is an Applications Specialist at Microsol Resources. He is responsible for providing training, service, and support for design and construction clients for various software applications, including Bluebeam Revu, McNeel’s Rhino, Chaos Group’s V-Ray, and Enscape. He leads the company’s AEC visualization efforts. In addition, David is a Bluebeam Customer Success Representative, a Bluebeam Certified Instructor, and a 3D printing specialist. David holds a Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering from Boston University.