Welcome to the group @tshump67 What do you mean by importing word docs? Bluebeam is primarily a PDF software, so you would have to print the word doc to a PDF, then open in Bluebeam. I hope this helps, if not, please share your workflow.
Welcome to the group @tshump67 . Thank you for your question. I gave it a try and it appears that Revu has the same functionality. Here are the steps that I took.
1. Open Revu
2. Open file explorer and locate your word file
3. Click on the word file and drag it into the Revu window
4. You will be prompted to choose a location and name to save the file as
This is a great feature that I didn’t know about. Sometimes I receive quotes from vendors in Word format. I’d rather have them as PDFs. Using this feature I can drag the Word file from the email into a folder then drag it to Revu and have the PDF ready to use. This saves me having to open the Word document and printing it to a PDF.
Note that for some reason it doesn’t appear to work dragging the file directly from Outlook to Revu. Any ideas on this @troy-degroot ?
I love learning from you guys. there are plenty of things I have never tried and this is one of them. I don’t have a suggestion to add to the conversation, but I will say, I like to always keep an original of what was sent to me. So I would prefer to have the original word document in a folder anyway.