Saving PDFs directly to a Studio Project

Applies to:

  • Revu 20
  • Revu 2019
  • Revu 2018

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Save an open PDF with the Document Manager

You can save an open PDF to a Studio Project by using the Document Management toolbar:

  1. In Revu, open the PDF you want to save.
  2. From the Document Management toolbar, select Bluebeam Studio Projects from the dropdown menu if it isn’t already selected.
    If the toolbar isn’t visible, go to Tools > Toolbars and select Document Management.
  3. Click Save As (DMS) . You’ll be prompted to log into Bluebeam Studio, if you haven’t done so already.
  4. When the Save Project File dialog appears, double-click the desired project and folder. Click OK to upload the document into the project.

Set Studio as default open/save location

If you would to set Studio as your default open/save location, instead of opening from the Local Disk, follow the steps below:

  1. Open Revu and go to Revu > Preferences (Ctrl+K).
  2. Select Studio > Options.
  3. Make sure the Open and save files to Studio from toolbar only box is unselected. 

Revu will now default to Studio Project locations automatically.

Other versions of this article

Revu 2017 and older

Have you ever wanted to save an open PDF directly into a Studio Project without having to go into the Studio tab? The basic concept involves using the Document Management toolbar to access the Project and upload the document, but let’s look at the process in more detail.

The first thing you’ll need to do is make sure the Document Management toolbar is visible and set to connect to your Bluebeam Studio Projects. If it isn’t, click View > Toolbars toolbars-32x32_20x20 and select it from the menu, and then select Bluebeam Studio Projects from the dropdown menu once the toolbar is open.

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Once you’ve done this, open a PDF and click Save As (DMS) dms-save in the Document Management toolbar. This opens the Save Project File dialog box.

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You’ll be prompted to log in to Bluebeam Studio, if you haven’t done so already. If you’re already logged in to a Studio Project, the Save Project File dialog box will display a list of the files it contains.

Assuming you’re not already in a Studio Project, double-click the one you’d like to save the file to. This takes you into the Project, where you’ll see a list of any existing documents. Click OK to upload the new document to the Project.

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To save another open PDF to the same Project, all you have to do is click Save As dms-save and you’ll be taken to the same location where you can click OK to complete the process. (If you find that you’re in the wrong Project, click Up file-access-folder-level-up and double-click another Project name.) You can also change your mind at any time and click Save to Disk, which lets you save the file to a local or network drive.

The Up file-access-folder-level-up button will be inactive if you’re already logged in to a Project that you accessed in the Studio tab. In this instance, you’ll only be able to save into that Project. If you need to save the document into a different Project, you’ll need to close any open files from the current Project, click Leave studio-leavein the Studio tab, and then follow the steps described earlier to save the file.

Set Studio as default open/save location

If you would to set Studio as your default open/save location, instead of opening from the Local Disk, follow the steps below:

  1. Open Revu and go to Settings > Preferences (Ctrl+K).
  2. Select Studio > General
  3. Make sure the Toolbar Integration Only box is unselected. 

Revu will now default to Studio Project locations automatically.

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