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!
Greetings from the Infrastructure Universe! I have some really cool videos and tips for InfraWorks and Civil 3D this month. There are also some recent updates from Autodesk. Read on for all of this month’s news.
Kobi Toolkit for Revit, previously known as CGS Revit Tools, are a series of add-in utilities that extend the capabilities of Revit in various key areas. Philip Charlson shares his three favorite Revit productivity tools in the Kobi Toolkit.
Greetings from the Infrastructure Universe! I have some really cool videos and tips for AutoCAD, Civil 3D, and more this month. There are also some recent updates from Autodesk. Read on for all of this month’s news.
U.S. CAD partnered with Bluebeam’s Sr. Account Specialist, Greg Mosley, to bring you 6 major Bluebeam workflows that every government agency needs to start using now.
If you’re a Bluebeam Revu user, you’re probably familiar with the Highlight tool that is found under the Pen menu on the Markups tab. Today, we’re going to look at a different way that I like to highlight objects in Revu with the Snapshot tool.
Whether you’re a master at using Bluebeam’s array of PDF tools or a beginner who’s just getting started, you’re likely creating new workflows now that you have power of paperless documentation and online collaboration.
Newport Beach, California, May 29, 2014 – U.S. CAD announces that its annual Hawaii Solutions Day user event has been scheduled for June 12, 2014. This half-day event features various sessions revolving around the latest in the Autodesk releases and this year, the event includes guest speaker Sasha Reed, the Director of Strategic Alliances at Bluebeam® Software.
Have you noticed that when you create a new storm system in Autodesk Civil 3D 2015 or 2016 that the darn sumps are all set to 2.0, even when your rules specifiy them to be 0.0? Bill Neuhauser explains how to change this default value in Civil 3D. Learn more:
In this short video, Ted Moberg shows how to use the iPad version of Revu to create a quick and accurate bid for a roofing job. Learn how this method can help essentially any trade that requires collecting information on site for a bid.
Are you constantly seeing entries from past projects in the Autocomplete sections of Bluebeam Revu? I use Bluebeam for everything, including my taxes, so when I’m teaching classes I prefer not to see my utilities fill into those areas.
Hate the admin work that comes with your building and design documents? Here’s how Bluebeam can help take away the drudgery and win back your time.
If you’re having trouble working with MnGeo LiDAR data in Civil 3D, you’re in luck! Doug Benoit shares an easy 16 step guide to bring a LAS file into a Civil 3D imperial environment to create usable data and ultimately a surface.
Attention Steel Fabricators, Erectors and Estimators. Are you currently using 20 colored highlighters, scratch paper, a calculator, a Planimeter, cheater glasses, and Ibuprofen to complete your takeoffs/estimates? You’re in luck, I started my career as a Steel Detailer, so I understand the drawings you’re looking through. I also worked as a BIM Manager transitioning 70 team members in seven locations into 3D workflows. Now I teach and I can assure you, there is a better way to do estimates and material takeoffs with Bluebeam Revu.
If you haven’t heard by now, Bluebeam Revu 2018 was released in April with a brand-new user interface. Discover the 8 new features you need to know in this highly anticipated release:
As many BIM professionals know, moving from paper to digital documents can vastly improve efficiency and error avoidance in construction projects. Compared to paper documents, digital documents provide quicker access to up-to-date designs and information.