The Tool Chest is a powerful feature that makes marking up documents much more efficient, giving you a place to store your most used markups in a central, easily accessible location.
The Tool Chest tab toolbar contains commands to make working with markups more efficient.
Reduce Icon Size: Reduces the size of the tool icons.
Increase Icon Size: Enlarges the tool icons.
Toggle Mode: Toggles the selected icon between Properties mode and Drawing mode.
Manage Tool Sets: Opens the Manage Tool Sets dialog box to add, import, export,
Manage Tool Sets menu: Click the arrow to the right of the Manage Tools Sets icon to reveal a menu of the currently active Tool Sets. Select a tool set to show it in the Tool Chest tab. See Managing Tool Sets for more information.
The Tool Chest is organized into different tool sets.
Each tool set has a title bar with a toggle triangle at the left and a Properties menu at the right. Click the triangle to collapse or expand the tool set. To quickly hide a tool set completely, go to > Hide. To show a tool set that has been hidden, see Managing Tool Sets: Hiding or Showing Tool Sets.
Tool sets can be shown in either Symbol or Detail modes. Click the Properties menu for the desired tool set and select the desired mode.
There are two tool sets that are available in all Profiles: My Tools and Recent Tools.
My Tools is a permanent tool set for markups that you use frequently. Any markup stored in this panel will remain between sessions of Revu.
Recent Tools is a permanent tool set that records recently used markups. This enables you to easily reuse a recent markup without needing to recreate it. Tools in the Recent Tools tool set are temporary; the tool set is cleared when Revu is closed. Tools can be saved permanently by moving them out of Recent Tools to another Tool Set before closing it.
Users can also
Also worth special consideration is the Sequences & Actions tool set. A Sequence allows a text based markup to increment in value each time that a markup is added to the PDF. The updating sequence value can be a number or text.
Working with the Tool Chest
Managing Tool Sets