Bluebeam PDF Revu 7.0 released

March 26, 2009


Bluebeam Software has announced the release of Bluebeam PDF Revu 7.0, the latest version of its PDF creation, markup and editing solution.

Revu 7.0's Batch for Office feature allows users to quickly create PDFs from Word, Excel and PowerPoint files in just a few clicks, while Scan to PDF and native image conversion eliminate unnecessary steps when converting various images. Among the other features new to the latest version are spell check and PDF flags. Spell check identifies and suggests changes for misspelled words found in markups, form fields and PDF content. Dictionaries can also be imported for use with languages other than English. Meanwhile, Bluebeam's exclusive PDF flag serves as a virtual sticky flag, placing visual markers on PDF documents to designate signature lines or other important content.

"In order to be more competitive, business leaders require solutions that make their firms more efficient and sustainable," said Richard Lee, President and CEO of Bluebeam Software. "Each new feature in 7.0 is designed to do just that - enable our customers to achieve real results - reduce printing and shipping costs by up to 80% and increase productivity by up to 60%."

For more information, check out the official Bluebeam website.

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