The tool set you want to export can be identified by opening the tool chest. Click the Export button if you want to export the tool set. You can save the file by selecting the folder you want to keep it in.
- How do you save a Tool Chest in Bluebeam?
- How do I export bluebeam settings?
- How do I share a bluebeam profile?
- Can I use Bluebeam on 2 computers?
- Can Bluebeam be installed on multiple computers?
- Where are bluebeam temp files?
- Where is the Tool Chest in Bluebeam?
- Where are bluebeam tool sets saved?
- How do I get my toolbar back in Bluebeam?
- Why are my keyboard shortcuts not working in Bluebeam?
How do you save a Tool Chest in Bluebeam?
You can add items to my tools by right-clicking the tool’s icon. The method saves the tool to the set. The click-and-drag method can be used to save the tool.
How do I export bluebeam settings?
The Preferences dialog box can be found in the settings.
Click the Profiles in the lower right corner if you want to manage them. Click Export to export the profile you want to share. The profile can be uploaded to a shared network drive or email.
Can I use Bluebeam on 2 computers?
You can install Revu on more than one computer and manually transfer the license from one computer to the other.
Can Bluebeam be installed on multiple computers?
It can be installed on many machines, with one seat per active user. It is billed every year.
Where are bluebeam temp files?
Temp files are temporary and can be removed after the file is created. Recoveries are created in the folder %TEMP% Bluebeam SoftwareRevu.
Where is the Tool Chest in Bluebeam?
If you want to see the tool chest tab, go to View > Tabs > Tool Chest or use the keyboard. There are commands in the tool chest tab that can be used to work more efficiently.
Where are bluebeam tool sets saved?
The left panel of the Revu interface has a location for the tool chest. If you don’t see the tab, you can go to View > Tabs > Tool Chest or press the Alt+X key. There are buttons for the Import, Add and Export functions in the list of current tool sets.
How do I get my toolbar back in Bluebeam?
If you want to hide or show the toolbars, you have to go to View > Toolbars and select the one you want. It is possible to move the Toolbars if they are not locked.
Why are my keyboard shortcuts not working in Bluebeam?
Click General if you want to use a keyboard. The form fields check box should be checked to make sure the single key has been enabled. Click OK if you don’t want to do so.