Bluebeam pushes 2.2 version of Pushbutton PDF

Bluebeam pushes 2.2 version of Pushbutton PDF

Don Fluckinger

Just as Bentley Systems and Adobe

announce that PDF will be making substantial new inroads into the

architecture, engineering and construction fields, Bluebeam chimed in last week

with the release of Pushbutton PDF Version 2.2, a program that helps AutoCAD

users crank out PDFs of their drawings.

“Version 2.2 further defines Bluebeam

as the trusted standard in PDF technology for the architecture and engineering

industries,” says Richard L. Lee, president and CEO of Bluebeam Software. “Our

company worked closely with several top A&E firms to develop a batch PDF

solution that was powerful enough to convert thousands of AutoCAD drawings to

PDF, yet was easy to use.”

In addition to the new batch-processing

feature, users now have the ability to define customized PDF page sizes of their

CAD files. Version 2.2 also supports many new ISO and ANSI page sizes, including

the B0-B4 and C0-C4 page sizes, as well as formats for bind page sizes developed

to simplify sets produced by a company’s reprographer.

For more information, visit Bluebeam.

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