This Bluebeam REVU course includes downloadable exercise files. Jim explains that the downloadable files include PDF files, images and Bluebeam templates that can be imported into Bluebeam Revu. The files also include sample custom markup stamps that can be imported into your version of Bluebeam.
- [Voiceover] If you have access to the exercise files, you can download these files from the exercise files tab on the main page for this course, and then use those documents and files to follow along with the same project that I'm working on. I'll be working in the 2016 edition of Review Standard, which means that you can also complete all the tasks I demonstrate using either the CAD or Extreme versions of Review 2016 as well. Now if you're viewing this course on a mobile device, a set top device, or your membership doesn't provide access to the exercise files, that's okay.
You can still follow along by watching how I use these files, so with that, let's get started.
The end result is an easily accessible electronic package, with a hyperlinked chemical list that acts as a clickable table of contents—all with considerably less effort. Jim Rogers shows how to set up a project, start a studio session for collaboration, invite collaborators to the review process, set up an approval workflow, and combine all the submitted sheets into a single PDF file that can be searched and shared. Plus, learn how to keep a session open for additional submittals or archive it when a project is over.
- Setting up a project
- Initiating a session
- Involving the project team in reviews and approvals
- Finalizing the PDF
- Sharing the electronic documents
- Closing the sessions