Bluebeam Revu features a stamp tool that allows you to place “rubber stamp” comments on a PDF. Revu comes preloaded with a library of commonly used text stamps, such as “DRAFT” and “FOR REVIEW”. Revu also allows for the creation of custom stamps that can be saved to the library for reuse. For more information about creating custom stamps, please refer to this blog post. Any stamp listed in the Stamps library can be deleted if it is no longer needed.
This article will outline the process of deleting a saved stamp in Bluebeam Revu 20. The following examples are taken using x64 Bluebeam Revu 20 eXtreme edition, but the functionalities are available in all versions of Revu.
Stamps can be deleted in two ways: by manually deleting the stamp file from the local drive or by directly deleting the stamp within Bluebeam Revu.
DELETING A STAMP FROM THE LOCAL DRIVE
In Bluebeam Revu, Stamps are saved as individual PDF files to a folder within the local or network drive. To find or change the folder location of saved stamps, select Tools > Stamps > Change Stamp Folder.
From the Select Folder window, you can select a new folder that’s more easily accessible to save stamps to. Using this window, you can also save the current stamp folder address to your clipboard by selecting the address dropdown, right clicking, and selecting Copy.
Once copied, the address can be pasted into any File Explorer window to access the Stamp folder. The Stamp folder will list all stamps currently available within the stamp library. To delete a stamp, right click on it and select Delete. The Stamp file will be deleted from the stamp folder and the stamp will no longer be available within Bluebeam Revu.
DELETING A STAMP FROM BLUEBEAM REVU
Stamps can also be deleted directly from within the program. To delete a stamp in Revu, first place the stamp to be deleted on a PDF. Once on the page, open the Properties Panel with the stamp selected.
In the Stamp Selection section, all available stamps will be listed. Select the stamp to be deleted and select Delete. The Stamp will be permanently deleted from the Stamps library.
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