Quickly Close Multiple Tabs in Bluebeam Revu
I have several drawing tabs open in Bluebeam Revu. How do I quickly close multiple tabs?
If you have 70 seconds, I have two great tips!
- Right click on a tab you want to keep. In the resulting menu, select Close Other Tabs. It’s that easy!
- OH NO, I closed to many drawing tabs! In your Recent Files Tab (on the left panel by default), right click on a drawing. In the resulting menu, select Open File. This will open the folder where this drawing is located so you can quickly open other drawings in that folder without navigating through a long network path.
I hope you find these quick tips helpful!
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