Bluebeam Tips – Creating Customized Tools

Bluebeam Tips - Creating Customized Tools
I have one more Bluebeam tip in store, after all the other tips I’ve covered (see comparing documents, marking up workpapers, and changing text). This will probably be my last accounting Bluebeam tip before returning back to the regular tax world. When creating a workpaper, back in the old paper days we’d call out different numbers ...

Bluebeam Tips – Comparing Documents

Bluebeam Tips - Comparing Documents
Have you ever wondered what the commission rate is for hold music? I’ve been on hold with OneSource software support for so long that those are the kinds of questions entering my mind. But let’s talk Bluebeam instead. Last week I covered how to mark up a document and how sign off on numbers and changes. ...

Bluebeam Tips – Marking Workpapers

Bluebeam Tips - Marking Workpapers
On Wednesday I introduced a couple of quick Bluebeam tips to replace text in any document. Today, I’m moving onto something a little more accounting specific: reviewing workpapers. For this example, I threw random numbers and names on a New Jersey tax return. We’re going to pretend like it is a workpaper. If you have ...

Bluebeam Tips – Adding and Changing Text

Bluebeam Tips - Adding and Changing Text
A couple months back I posted a review about Bluebeam stating how much better the PDF editing document was for working on tax returns than the competing software. Revu, after reading the review, was kind enough to provide me with a new copy of Bluebeam, for which I am extremely grateful. Since I’m in the middle of ...