Bluebeam Revu – Create Links & Batch Linking
Bluebeam® Revu® – Create Links & Batch Linking
Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021
Learn all the fun ways you can simplify navigation using links to text or graphic elements within a Revu document. Create links or use batch linking to jump from one location to another location in the same document, to a different document, or even to a website (e.g., spec sheets). Then, we’ll take links to the next level using Batch Linking in Revu eXtreme.
Create Links topics include:
- Introduction to Links in Revu
- Relative vs. Full Paths
- The Links Panel – Places and Hyperlinks
- Batch Linking
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