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Translate Bluebeam Revu Markups between multiple languages

Bluebeam Revu can translate a PDF’s markups from one language to another. Several language are supported. Comments that are shown on the PDF page and in the Markups list are translated.  This features uses an active Internet connection to access Google Translate. Revu must have access to translate Bluebeam Revu markups between multiple languages

  1. Go to Document  Process >  Translate Markups. The Translate Markups dialog box appears.
    Translate Bluebeam Revu Markups between multiple languages
  2. Select the current language of the markups from the From menu.
    • To let Revu automatically detect the current language, select Auto.
  3. Select the language to translate the markups into from the To menu.
  4. Select which pages should be translated from the Page Range menu.
    • All Pages: Sets the range to all pages.
    • Current: Sets the range to the current page only. The current page number will appear in parentheses, for example, Current (2) if page 2 is the current page.
      • Use a dash between page numbers to define those two pages and all pages in between.
      • Use a comma to define pages that are separated.Custom: Sets the range to a custom value. When this option is selected the list becomes a text box. To enter a custom range:
  5. Click OK. The markups and comments on the selected pages are translated (see the example below).

In these Short Videos, Natalie Delacruz of Orange Blade Consultants shows a quick translation of markups between English and Spanish and Spanish to English.


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