We can organize our PDFs with a subtle function that has lots of uses called “Spaces”. While a space isn’t a markup, it’s an asset that allows you to designate a location to be quantified and converted into an area. We can even create hyperlinks to our spaces that allow us to turn our table of contents into a hyperlinked navigation page.

Spaces can be created manually and with Dynamic fill. Each space can be customized with its own color and opacity, and they can be visibly toggled on and off.

Spaces are a great tool to use to split portions of your drawing into workable locations. For more information, please contact us at info@ddscad.com.

Digital Drafting Systems – Spaces in Bluebeam Revu


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