How to Import Markups from Multiple PDFs

For those looking to import markups from multiple PDFs onto one master copy, Bluebeam Revu comes equipped with the handy Import Comments tool. This tool is especially useful for workflows such as design review, where multiple parties may be marking up drawings independently on separate copies. By leveraging Import Comments, you'll never have to waste any time copying or tracing other peoples' markups ever again. Let's take a look at how it works!

1. First, open up your master drawing that you want to import the markups onto. Then, open up the markups list by clicking on the small blue pull tab at the bottom of the screen.

2. Next, click the Import Comments icon at the top of the markups list. You will then be prompted to select which PDFs you want to import markups from. Select one or multiple PDFs, then click OK.

3. In a few seconds, all of those markups will be imported onto your master drawing. You will notice that all of the data in the markups list is imported as well.

The Import Comments tool is one of many features that make Bluebeam Revu a powerful solution to take processes such as design review paperless. In addition to the savings on printing and shipping costs, imagine the time savings from no longer having to manually duplicate markups or notes.


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