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Bluebeam Software Releases v. 4.5 - Includes Tablet PC Compatibility; Users on Job Sites Can Now Quickly and Easily Add High-Quality Markups and Comments to Design Data.

PASADENA, Calif. -- Bluebeam Software, a leader in file-sharing solutions for CAD users, announced today that it has released v. 4.5 of Pushbutton Plus and Bluebeam Lite to include Tablet PC compatibility in Bluebeam Revu. With this latest release, both Desktop and Tablet users can create accurate PDF files from CAD and use Bluebeam Revu to view large format PDF files and easily redline PDF designs and specifications.

Bluebeam Revu v. 4.5 offers several features for Tablet PC users including a clean interface for easy PDF viewing and navigation. There are several high quality markups available using the tablet pen including true text, free text, callout boxes and leader lines. Markups can be erased using the top of the tablet pen, and users can double click the tablet pen on the screen to zoom in and out of the PDF. Bluebeam also works with users' Tablet PC Auto Recognize tools to automatically translate written text to true text that is searchable in a PDF.

Additional v. 4.5 features available to Tablet and Desktop users include adding toolsets and profiles, multi-selecting and grouping markups, adding bookmarks and hyperlinks to a PDF, saving files as a v. 1.5 compressed PDF, and adding columns in the Revu markup list. Additionally, Bluebeam Lite v. 4.5 provides AutoCAD LT 2007 compatibility.

"Bluebeam's Tablet PC compatibility allows Tablet PC users at job sites to add high quality markups and comments to designs, specifications and other documents on their tablets and email them to clients and project team members quickly and easily," said Richard Lee, President and CEO of Bluebeam Software. "Bluebeam Revu offers a more efficient and cost-effective way to collaborate and communicate between the job site and home office, reducing the printing, faxing, scanning and shipping requirements which are time consuming and costly."

Bluebeam's Tablet PC compatibility features are included in Pushbutton Plus with Revu and Bluebeam Lite with Revu v. 4.5.

Visit www.bluebeam.com or contact Bluebeam Sales at 866-496-2140 or sales@bluebeam.com for more information. Bluebeam sells its desktop solutions online, direct to customers and through a network of over 200 authorized resellers worldwide.

About Bluebeam Software, Inc.

Bluebeam Software invents, develops, and commercializes PDF software intelligently designed to meet the needs of design and engineering professionals. As the trusted standard in PDF technology for architects and engineers, Bluebeam produces high quality, easy to use products that allow project teams to improve communication and collaboration immediately with virtually no learning curve. For more information about the company, latest news, and purchasing information, visit Bluebeam Software at www.bluebeam.com.
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