When we need to place tens of hundreds of markups, we can use the “Reuse” function to allow us to click continuously instead of having to click on the markup each time after placing it. We can take this concept one step further by turning our alphabetical and numerical markups into sequences.

A sequence can be defined with numbers, letters, and roman numerals. It can have a fixed prefix or suffix that doesn’t change while another number, letter, or roman numeral changes automatically. Sequences can be customized to increase with different increments, and they can automatically renumber themselves when one of the markups in a sequence is deleted.

Using sequences can save us time and provide us with a powerful tool with automatic settings. For more information, please contact us at info@ddscad.com.

Digital Drafting Systems – Sequences in Bluebeam Revu


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