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Quick Bluebeam Tip: Pan and Markup January 7, 2014

Posted by carolhagen in Bluebeam Revu, Construction Industry - Software.
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Have you ever grabbed a Bluebeam markup tool and realized that your current view of the document was not where you wanted to place the markup?  This often happens during the punch or document review process.  So what do you do?

Non-savvy Bluebeamers hit escape, pan to where they need to be on the document and then select the markup tool again.  There’s a quicker way:

Your mouse scroll wheel streamlines your markup process.  The scroll wheel can also be used to dynamically zoom in/out in single page mode and with a double click will fit and center your document int the available viewing space.

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