Join Jim Rogers for an in-depth discussion in this video Customizing tools and feature sets, part of Learn Bluebeam: The Basics.
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- Besides the ability to just create custom profiles…to suit our needs and fit our workflow,…we can also customize and gather up…a set of markup tools, built just for us,…that we can store in what's called…the Tool Chest that I showed you earlier.…The Tool Chest is located on the left side…of the screen in this panel, so you might…have to open that panel to expand it and view it.…The Tool Chest is represented by this icon here.…And this is one of those features…that really gives you endless possibilities…for customization, and I'll show you what I mean.…
Let's switch between a couple of the built in Profiles…and see what happens to the Tool Chest…when I choose different Profiles.…So, right now my active Profile is…the Advanced Profile,…and I've got a list of tools here.…Some of the symbols are kind of an extensive list.…But if I switch to my Simple Profile,…I don't have very many tools available in the Tool Chest.…And if I go to the Punch Profile,…you'll see that I have all kinds of markup tools…available to me, and I can grab these at any time…
Jim Rogers helps you choose the right version of Bluebeam for your company, customize the tools and views, convert files into PDFs, and create PDFs from scratch. In the final chapters, he covers Bluebeam Studio, the cloud components that make it easy to take projects mobile and global.
- Choosing a version of Bluebeam: Vu to eXtreme
- Installing Bluebeam and Bluebeam plugins
- Customizing Bluebeam
- Creating PDFs with Bluebeam Revu
- Converting images
- Editing Bluebeam PDFs
- Searching Bluebeam documents
- Making estimations and takeoffs
- Redlining as-built drawings
- Creating an active punch list
- Setting up a Studio Project or Studio Session