In this second of three videos in a Collecting Field Data series, I want to walk you through one way to create and track a Request For Information (RFI) in Bluebeam Revu.
- Using the Snapshot tool we can quickly grab a screenshot of the affected area of the drawing saving it directly to our Clipboard.
- Then just like pasting anything else from the Clipboard, we can Paste the image to our RFI form document.
- Save the RFI form into the project folder, on a network, or in a Bluebeam Studio Project.
- Finally, in the video, I also show how to place a custom Delta symbol and hyperlink the RFI form directly to the symbol in the drawing for quick reference to all stakeholders.
Quick Tips: I built an Electronic Form and loaded a blank second page, then saved to my Templates folder for quick access every time. The blank page provides a place to paste images each time.
If you like this one, check out last week’s post on Collecting Field Data where I show how to Create Custom Punch Key Symbols and attach images. Next week look for part three of Collecting Field Data with my Top 5 Tips & Tricks. Make sure you click the link to subscribe so you don’t miss out.
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