Last month, we pointed everyone to a new PDF annotating tool for the Tablet PC called Bluebeam Revu. We also produced an InkShow, giving you a peek at the pluses that Bluebeam Revu offers.
If you visited their website to download the trial, you are probably familiar with how confusing their product names were. It was never clear which product did what. In a press release today, Bluebeam has announced a renaming of all of their products, as well as announcing version 4.7 of their software.
Bluebeam Software, a leader in PDF solutions for CAD users, announced today the release of Bluebeam PDF Revu v. 4.7, to help its customers share, collaborate and review documents more efficiently. Bluebeam users can create PDF files from CAD and Windows applications and view, markup and edit PDF files quickly and easily to improve productivity.
Bluebeam has renamed its portfolio of desktop products and now offers three editions of Bluebeam PDF Revu – Standard Edition for MS Office, general CAD and Tablet PC users, AutoCAD Edition for users of Autodesk AutoCAD products and a SolidWorks Edition.
“With the release of version 4.7, Bluebeam delivers its most robust PDF solution yet. Bluebeam is focused on providing PDF products that offer a complete set of tools for markup, editing, viewing, redlining and creating PDF files; it made sense to change the name to Bluebeam PDF Revu,” says Richard Lee, President and CEO of Bluebeam Software, Inc. In addition to PDF viewing, markup and editing features, Bluebeam also installs buttons in Microsoft Office, AutoCAD and SolidWorks for one-button PDF creation, batch and advanced file conversion options.
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