How to Run Optical Character Recognition (OCR) In Bluebeam Revu

Bluebeam Revu allows you to work with both raster and vector PDFs. Raster PDFs are scanned documents, while vector PDFs are computer made, using a CAD program. If your PDF has...

10 Reasons Why You Need Bluebeam Revu Training

As a Bluebeam Certified Instructor, I’ve come across many daily users of Bluebeam Revu who taught themselves how to use the program through trial and error. Revu’s interface and...

How Much Does Primavera P6 Cost?

Primavera P6 is offered in two different flavors, Enterprise or Professional. P6 Enterprise is the web-accessed version with a database installed on a server. P6 Professional is...

How to Use the Bluebeam PDF Print Driver

Bluebeam Revu is a powerful program that allows users to create and manage PDF documents. One feature that is unique to Revu is the ability to turn any document type into a PDF...

How to Create a Project in Oracle Primavera Cloud

Oracle Primavera Cloud (OPC) is Oracle’s cloud based collaboration solution. It allows users to work with a variety of objects for different workflows and combines portfolio...

What is the Data Date in Primavera P6?

In project management, the data date is thought of as the “as-of” date - this is the date that the project has been updated up to. For baseline schedules, the data date is...

How To Create Stamps with Dynamic Text in Bluebeam Revu

Bluebeam Revu comes stocked with a Stamp tool that allows you to quickly add a “rubber stamp” comment on a drawing. By default, Revu comes preloaded with a library of commonly...

Understanding and Preventing Schedule Drift in Primavera P6

As a Primavera P6 Professional and Oracle Primavera Cloud trainer, I often assist users with project issues. One common question I receive relates to schedule drift. This is...

Primavera P6 Version 18.8 Released, Say Goodbye to Java!

See What's New Oracle has released an update to Primavera P6 that affect both the ePPM and PPM editions. With this update, Oracle has scrubbed all remaining Java applets pages in...

How to Use Bookmark Structures in Bluebeam Revu

In Bluebeam Revu, you can create bookmarks to navigate through multi-page documents. With bookmarks, you can jump from one page to another with just a click of your mouse. If you...

Oracle Primavera Blog

What’s New in Primavera P6 Professional 22.12

What’s New in Primavera P6 Professional 22.12

At the end of 2022, Oracle released its newest version of P6: Primavera P6 Professional 22.12. Although P6 is such a seasoned product, these updates always manage to add a variety of new features. These added capabilities give users more flexibility in viewing and...

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How to Create a Project in Oracle Primavera Cloud

How to Create a Project in Oracle Primavera Cloud

Oracle Primavera Cloud (OPC) is Oracle’s cloud based collaboration solution. It allows users to work with a variety of objects for different workflows and combines portfolio management with project planning. OPC allows for the creation of projects, portfolios,...

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Does Primavera P6 Work on Windows 11?

Does Primavera P6 Work on Windows 11?

Windows 11 is the latest version of Windows, Microsoft’s NT operating system. It was released on October 5, 2021, and is free for Windows 10 users to update. However, Windows 10 will still be supported by Microsoft until 2025. So, should you update?  For some users,...

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How to Print Schedules in Oracle Primavera Cloud

How to Print Schedules in Oracle Primavera Cloud

When working on a CPM schedule, contracts generally require you to print the project schedule. In Oracle Primavera Cloud, you can print a variety of pages - such as the Activities page or the Resource Usage page. However, when attempting to print these pages, it’s...

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How to Calculate Earned Value in Primavera P6

How to Calculate Earned Value in Primavera P6

Earned Value Management (EVM), or Earned Value Analysis, is a technique used to measure the performance and progress of a project. The basic premise of earned value is that the cost spent is relative to the work completed. In other words, earned value is a way of...

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Bluebeam Revu Blog

How to Use the Bluebeam PDF Print Driver

How to Use the Bluebeam PDF Print Driver

Bluebeam Revu is a powerful program that allows users to create and manage PDF documents. One feature that is unique to Revu is the ability to turn any document type into a PDF via the Bluebeam PDF print driver. When you install Revu to your computer, the Bluebeam PDF...

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How to Use Visual Search in Bluebeam Revu

How to Use Visual Search in Bluebeam Revu

When working with large scale plans, it’s useful to be able to quickly locate specific items on the PDF. In Bluebeam Revu, the Visual Search tool lets you do just that. Much like text searches, Visual Search allows you to search for visual elements on a document. Once...

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How to Register and Unregister Bluebeam Revu

How to Register and Unregister Bluebeam Revu

When you buy a user license of Bluebeam Revu, you will receive a serial number and product key. You will need both of these to register the program for use. When you first install Revu, you will be prompted to register the program as part of the installation.  If...

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How to Create a Markups List Summary in Bluebeam Revu

How to Create a Markups List Summary in Bluebeam Revu

Bluebeam Revu tracks, classifies and organizes PDF markups in the Markups List. A series of columns and rows display within the Markups List. The rows represent the markups, while the columns present their metadata. There are over a dozen built in columns that can...

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How to Create and Share Profiles in Bluebeam Revu

How to Create and Share Profiles in Bluebeam Revu

Bluebeam Revu profiles allow users to adjust the layout based on the work they need to perform. A profile is a saved configuration of Revu toolbars, panels, toolsets, and columns. Saved profiles can be shared among the project team, allowing all users access to the...

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AEC Blog

Architect Barbie: Women in Architecture

Architect Barbie: Women in Architecture

In May of 2011, a new Barbie doll debuted at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Convention in New Orleans. No surprise, this Barbie was an architect, complete with a drawing tube, hard hat, and miniature model Barbie Dreamhouse. From the beginning,...

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Sweden is Building the World’s Largest Wooden City

Sweden is Building the World’s Largest Wooden City

As the need for environmentally friendly and alternative building methods grows, some companies have looked back to traditional materials like wood to reduce carbon emissions. In fact, Swedish Real Estate company Atrium Ljungberg recently announced plans to build a...

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Extreme Weather Threatens Future Construction

Extreme Weather Threatens Future Construction

Last week UN Secretary General António Guterres warned that global warming has ended and that “the era of global boiling has arrived.” This comes after nearly a month of record setting temperatures around the globe. In fact, July 2023 was the hottest month on record...

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