Join Jim Rogers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Adobe Acrobat to mark up drawings, part of Construction Industry Weekly.
- [Instructor] The theme so far in my weekly…construction management series has been going digital,…and more specifically, getting rid of those old paper…construction drawings.…When I introduced that concept…I told you that all you needed to do…to make that happen was to request…that your drawings be sent to you as PDF files.…Then I explored several of the options…for working with these PDF files…by showing you how to use some of the software…that's custom made for the construction industry…and the way we work.…That's great and hopefully you enjoyed learning…how some of that software…and some of these mobile apps work.…
I think having an understanding…of all of the different tools that are available out there…can really help you choose what's best…for you and your company or you and your workflow.…But sometimes you might not get to choose,…you might work for a company that's not quite ready…to jump into technology,…and we have a lot of those in the construction industry.…And you may just have to use software that your company…
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Using the exercise files1m 7s
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