480-559-8670 - info@orangeblade.com

Demystifying Sets in Bluebeam Revu by Orange Blade Consultants


Demystifying Sets in Bluebeam Revu by Orange Blade Consultants

Recorded on December 14, 2017 (10am US Pacific Time) as Joel Marquez takes the mystery out of Bluebeam Revu Sets.  

By definition, sets allow you to open a collection of documents in a single view with the pages organized in a specific order, including any revisions. You’ll navigate through multiple files as though they were one document without needing to merging them into a single file. Additionally, files that normally cannot be combined due to PDF security or digital signatures can be viewed as a cohesive collection.
  • Maybe you already know about sets, but have been afraid to use them? Perfect, we will rid you of your fear of sets on December 14th.
  • Perhaps you have used sets in the past, but weren’t sure you were doing it right. The concept of sets and best practices will be discussed, you are in the right place.
  •         Subscribe to the Orange Blade Consultants YouTube Channel

 

Leave a Comment





Bluebeam Software

Sign up for the Free Bluebeam Video Series by Orange Blade Consultants

Short videos delivered every week to make you a better Bluebeam Revu User.

Great.  Now check your Inbox.