This article will show you the steps for creating a custom toolbar, with examples using the 64x Bluebeam Revu 2019 eXtreme edition. This function can be performed within all versions of Revu.
To customize the tools within a toolbar or create a new toolbar, right click on an active toolbar. Depending on the profile you’re in, these toolbars will display on the left, right, and/or top of the workspace. Right clicking on a toolbar will activate a dropdown list that allows you to show/hide premade toolbars. To customize these further, select Customize from the dropdown menu.
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