Bluebeam releases PDF Revu 6.0

February 21, 2008


Bluebeam Software announced the release of Bluebeam PDF Revu 6.0.

With 6.0 Bluebeam release comes the addition of WebTab, an integrated web browser that provides immediate access to the Internet within Revu.

PDF Revu 6.0 gives users the capabilities to search online for PDF brochures, online PDF catalogs and other Web-based documents and view them in Revu. Additionally users can then use the content with markup and editing features, and the program enables Web pages and PDF docs to be viewed in tabs side by side which combines PDF document viewing and online search in one application, according to the company.

This release also adds digital signature capabilities to its PDF editor and gives users full signature features including designating signature fields, diverse signature styles, and PDF signature and validation in PDF documents.

Users will also find an improvement to PDF markup and editing tools and new measurement options available for calculating volume measurements, counting items on a PDF, embedding the scale in a PDF and setting multiple scales on a single PDF drawing.

For more information on the latest release you can go to the company web site.

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