Here is the 2nd video in the Bluebeam Video Series for Steel Erectors. In this video, we will go over how to extract drawing pages from a combined PDF.
It is a great way to remove unneeded drawings from PDF file like plumbing, electrical, and mechanical.
In the takeoff software, I use I do not like to bring in a combined PDF when doing a takeoff and always label and extract pages before bringing into that takeoff software.
Next up… Using Bluebeam to combined drawings
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