[VIDEO] Bluebeam Revu Quick Tips: AutoMark & Batch Link
This blog post was originally written for the Managed Design blog. Managed Design is now a U.S. CAD company, so please check back here at www.uscad.com/blog for more written articles from Troy DeGroot and our new U.S. CAD Minnesota team.”
We’ve had feedback from several customers who both use Bluebeam Revu, and those who don’t. It seems everyone may benefit from tips on the tools that aren’t currently being used.
Take a look at this video to see some of my favorite time-saving quick tips.
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