Batch Sign and Seal Using Bluebeam Studio Projects

Batch Sign and Seal Using Bluebeam Studio Projects

Batch Sign and Seal Using Bluebeam Studio Projects
Date: Aug 05, 2019
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With Bluebeam Revu batch Sign and Seal, you can apply a digital signature, document certification, professional seal, and the current date across a batch of multiple files.
 
Here are quick instructions on how to do that using Bluebeam Revu Studio Projects:
 
  1. Check out the document; this is required for all batch processes in Projects
    • Right click on the file and select “Check out” from the menu. The file will be under “Pending” on the left side
    • Open the file

      Now, although the file is in the Cloud, it’s in your local cache, so you can make changes.
       
  2. Go to the Batch menu and select “Sign and Seal.” Options will appear in the left margin.
    • Complete the sections relevant to your project
See a demonstration here:
 
 
Want to learn more about how you can save time with the batch automation features in Revu 2018? View the recording of a webinar I recently delivered called, Save Time Through Batch Automation with Bluebeam Revu 2018.
 
Interested in learning more about Bluebeam Revu? Keep an eye on our events calendar for free webinars or consider one of our in-person or online training courses. All our sessions are led by Bluebeam Certified Instructors and Consultants who have extensive teaching experience. 
 
Bluebeam Revu is an award-winning, powerful PDF creation, editing, markup, and collaboration tool. For a free trial of Bluebeam Revu software or to learn more about our training or support services, contact us at bluebeam@ideateinc.com or 888.662.7238.

About the Author

David Haynes, Director 
David is a Certified Bluebeam Consultant, a registered architect, and a project management certified professional. Before joining Ideate, David had his own architectural practice and was president of a commercial design-build construction company for 15 years. A graduate of the University of Arizona, he has worked as an architect, contractor, and developer, and he was a national construction manager for a national retailer. David currently provides business process analysis, data integration, and change management solutions for AECO clients involved in the design and construction industry across the United States. Find David on Twitter.