Slip sheet multiple pages of your drawing at the same time | Revu 2017 & below

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Have you received new revisions for some, or all, of the pages in a multi-page drawing or multiple drawings? In Revu eXtreme 2015 and above, you can use Batch Slip Sheet to replace all the relevant pages at the same time.

The process essentially involves opening the Batch: Slip Sheet dialog box by going to File > Batch batch-32x32_20x20 > Slip Sheet replace-pages , and then adding the original document to the Current Pages section and the revisions to the Revised Pages, using the Add function included in each section.

The great thing about the Add function is that you don’t need to have the files open in order to include them. It also gives you the option of adding individual files, a single folder, a folder and all its sub-folders, or any files that are currently open in Revu.

Once you’ve finished loading your documents, you can use the options offered in the Match Pages By section to determine how the pages are matched. The default choice is File Name, Page Index, but you can also choose to match the files based on the Page Label or Page Region, or you can select the Manual Correlation option which skips the auto-matching process and lets you set up the matches manually. If you’re using one of the first three options, clicking Advanced takes you to the Advanced Match Options, where you can define custom match filters.

Now you’re ready to click Match and view the pending matches in the Batch: Slip Sheet – Match Pages dialog box, where you can check the accuracy of the matching before it’s performed, and determine exactly how the pages will be added (i.e., before the current pages or as replacements for them). Along with this, you can tell Revu how to handle your markups, and whether or not you want the original pages marked as “Superseded.” Your choices for markup handling are:

  • Copy Markups from Current Pages to Revised Pages – Enabling this ensures that your markups copied over to the new revision. The options below determine what happens to them before and after they’re copied.
    • Unflatten Markups before Copy – This unflattens any flattened markups on the current pages before performing the copy.
    • Flatten Markups after Copy – Click this checkbox if you want the markups to be flattened once they’ve been copied to the revision.
  • Stamp Current Pages ‘Superseded’ – This tells Revu whether or not your original pages are to be marked as no longer being current.

Once you’re happy with the proposed matches and settings, click OK to place the revisions in the document. Any unmatched pages will appear in the Batch: Slip Sheet – Unmatched Pages dialog box, which offers various options for handling them. Otherwise, a Batch: Slip Sheet – Summary dialog box will appear when the Batch Slip Sheet process has completed. This reports the results of the operation, and lets you export a report in either PDF or CSV format.

This covers the basics, but you can find complete instructions for the Batch Slip Sheet feature, and using Revu in general, in the Bluebeam Revu Manual, as well as the video tutorials and FAQs found on our Support page.



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Bluebeam Revu

Have you received new revisions for some, or all, of the pages in a multi-page drawing or multiple drawings? In Revu eXtreme 2015 and above, you can use Batch Slip Sheet to replace all the relevant pages at the same time.

The process essentially involves opening the Batch: Slip Sheet dialog box by going to > > Slip Sheet , and then adding the original document to the Current Pages section and the revisions to the Revised Pages, using the function included in each section.

The great thing about the function is that you don’t need to have the files open in order to include them. It also gives you the option of adding individual files, a single folder, a folder and all its sub-folders, or any files that are currently open in Revu.

Once you’ve finished loading your documents, you can use the options offered in the Match Pages By section to determine how the pages are matched. The default choice is File Name, Page Index, but you can also choo

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