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Bluebeam Tip of the Week: Quick Security Sessions August 23, 2013

Posted by carolhagen in Bluebeam Revu, Construction Industry - Software.
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Quick security settings allow you to create permissions and passwords that you can apply to documents repeatedly without having to recreate or define them each time. You can control much more than the password including the ability to print, edit, allow copying text/graphics or extract content. Some contractors define these settings by project or by client. Here’s how you can create a new security set:

You can see how much time you’ll save when sharing your content sensitive information with others and with a simple click of the lock button you can reuse your settings in an instant. It’s great for applying security to multiple documents all at once too.

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1. Rob - August 28, 2013

Like the video…very easy to follow. Thanks =)


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