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Bluebeam Tip: How to Only Print, Email or Export Pages with Markups October 7, 2013

Posted by carolhagen in Bluebeam Revu, Construction Industry - Software.
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How to only Print Pages with Markups in Bluebeam
After taking the time to markup documents in Bluebeam Revu, why send 100 pages when there are only a few pages with markups or notes on them? Instead of sending the full set of plans or a lengthy multi-page PDF, it is faster and sometimes more effective to only email the document pages that have markups. This is especially true when not everyone uses Bluebeam Revu. Here’s the quick 3 step process to just send pages with markups to the Print, Email or Export Pages option of Bluebeam:

1. Navigate to the Markups List
2. Press CTL-A to select all markups
3. Choose the desired function: Email, Print or Export Pages

The Page selection will prefill with the highlighted pages only. This is also true with the search function in Bluebeam.

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1. Luke - January 17, 2014

Thanks for posting this tip, helps me alot.

2. Bob - August 30, 2014

I have had Bluebeam for over a year and never knew this feature was available, it will save so much time. Thank you

carolhagen - August 30, 2014

Bob, glad to have helped. There are many hidden gems in Revu.

3. Max - June 26, 2017


https://polldaddy.com/js/rating/rating.jsOnce you select all the markups, how do you export only those pages? There doesn’t seem to be anything under the right-click menu.

carolhagen - June 22, 2018

If you use CTL+A and select all markups, open the thumbnail tab and you’ll notice only pages with markups have a blue box around them. Right click in thumbnails to print and it will fill in the pages selected automatically

4. Robert Israel - August 11, 2017


https://polldaddy.com/js/rating/rating.jsHas this process changed in more recent versions? I cannot seem to get the print or export function to work for ONLY the pages containing markups.

carolhagen - May 25, 2018

What release level are you on?


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