Creating Layers from PDFs in Bluebeam Revu – Turn Markups into Layers
Thanks to the folks at Bluebeam , Inc. for this one! Go ahead and mark this off the wishlist…..
Layers in a PDF are, like layers in many CAD programs, a way of organizing the content in a document. Think of layers as a switch that can be toggled on or off to control the visibility of everything on that layer. Layers can hold content and markups; markups can be moved from one layer to another. Markups can be flattened to a layer, unflattened from that layer, and copied and pasted while retaining their layer. Layers also appear in the Markups list to allow organizing and processing markups by layer.
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