During our corporate Windows Tablet training sessions we demonstrate the great inking tools that can be found in Microsoft Office. Usually right away we get the question, “can you draw on PDF files?”
And the answer is of course, “yes, you can!”
Here are two great choices for PDF on Windows 10.
1. Drawboard PDF
Started right here in Melbourne, Australia by a young entrepreneur, Drawboard PDF has gone from strength to strength on the Windows platform. It currently ships on all Microsoft Surface tablets (Surface 3 LTE, Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book). For all other Windows 10 tablets you can buy Drawboard in the Windows Store for AUD$12.29.
Drawboard allows for simple PDF mark up with inking, notes and comments. If you just want to sign some documents or to mark-up PDFs while you’re out with your tablet then Drawboard is a no brainer.
Find out more about Drawboard in the Microsoft Store.
2. Bluebeam Revu
Bluebeam Revu is an advanced PDF solution targeted at engineering, construction and architecture. It also has many applications in other industries too.
If you’re currently doing your construction take offs, estimation and quoting on paper, then you need to stop doing that immediately and call us about using Bluebeam Revu! You will save thousands of dollars and countless man ours (not to mention trips to the optometrist) by switching to a digital process with Revu.
For tablet users, Bluebeam Revu also offers advanced pen support for marking up and signing documents when you’re out on the road. And if you’re working with plans, Revu’s measurement tools will deliver more accurate information to you without the need to carry A0 plans folded into your back pocket!
For more about Bluebeam Revu visit our product page.