Organizing Your Document Set with Bluebeam Revu
Recorded on Jul 6, 2016
Digital documents bring all sorts of efficiency gains to construction projects, from quicker access to pertinent information to reduced errors. But document sets that are not properly organized from the start can drastically reduce the efficiency gains that come from going digital. Join us in this webinar to learn how you can create smart, dynamic PDFs to help manage documentation throughout the lifecycle of a project. Discover how to connect project files using a variety of Bluebeam Revu Standard 2017 — One Seat (Price Tier 1-4 seats)
`s automation tools to quickly and instantly access important information and make sure everyone`s working on the most up-to-date documents.
LEARNING OBJECTIVE 1: Automatically generate page labels and hyperlinks to create an easily navigable drawing set.
LEARNING OBJECTIVE 2: Extract documents for fast and easy performance downstream.
LEARNING OBJECTIVE 3: Use Sets to easily access and navigate an unlimited number of project files from various sources as though they are a single document in a single tab, which also automatically recognizes and organizes drawing revisions.
LEARNING OBJECTIVE 4: Perform batch processes to identify and compare changes between documents and dynamically slip-sheet revised files into the current project.
The webinar is free and lasts about one hour, including the Q&A session.
Who is Presenting the Webinar
has over five years of experience in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. As an Industry Specialist for Bluebeam Software, Nick Decker helps companies build streamlined workflows and develop cost-saving strategies by leveraging technology to remove pain points. Prior to his role at Bluebeam, Nick held positions in which he participated in all phases of the building lifecycle: design, estimation, scheduling, pre-construction, project management and closeout, which included pre-construction of a clean-coal plant and overseeing the closeout of a Super Bowl host site. During his time in the field, Nick developed a passion for improving historically paper-intensive processes using digital solutions. His ability to identify promising solutions and provide effective training helped accelerate adoption timelines and learning curves, ultimately saving his clients both time and resources. Nick received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Purdue University.
Technical professionals who work with PDFs, particularly in the architecture, engineering and construction industries.
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