Let’s talk about slip sheeting in Bluebeam Revu—a game-changer for construction project management. If you haven’t heard of slip sheeting before, fear not, because we’re here to give you the lowdown. Slip sheeting in Bluebeam Revu makes document revisions a breeze. Picture this: you’re knee-deep in a project, and suddenly, the client sends you an updated set of drawings with changes galore. In the past, you’d have to go through the tedious process of printing out the new sheets, swapping them with the old ones, and manually transferring all your markups. But thanks to slip sheeting, you can say goodbye to that hassle!
Slip sheeting lets you replace outdated sheets in your PDFs with new ones, while keeping all your precious markups intact. It’s a major timesaver that makes your life easier and your workflow smoother. Who doesn’t love that?
To slip sheet like a pro in Bluebeam Revu, here’s what you need to do:
- Open Bluebeam Revu and load the old version of your PDF file.
- Look for the “Document” menu and navigate to the “Replace Pages” option.
- Click on the “Replace Pages” and choose the new version of your PDF file that contains the updated sheets. From there, you will be prompted with the “Replace Pages” dialogue box.
From there, you will be able to determine the specific page range of the sheets you want to slip out. The top document will be your original file and the bottom document will be your revision. Be sure to select the “Replace page content only” option in order to maintain any markups from your original PDF.
Once you’ve done your sheet matching, hit the “OK” button and there you have it! Sit back and watch the slip sheeting unfold. Bluebeam Revu works its magic, replacing the old sheets with the new ones, while preserving all your beloved markups and annotations.
Don’t forget to save your newly updated PDF file and give yourself a pat on the back for a job well done!