Positioned in price and functionality between Adobe Acrobat and basic PDF makers, Bluebeam PDF Revu is an excellent, if initially confusing, PDF creation and editing solution. Installation takes a few minutes but requires no program shutdown. During installation, Bluebeam will change your default PDF reader to PDF Revu. Allow
this change, as it is needed to trial the product effectively. (You can change it back in Bluebeam by clicking Help and Administrator.) After installation, Bluebeam adds a toolbar option in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint that lets you create or share PDFs or change document settings, such as security and digital signing, within the Office app. (If you don’t see the toolbar, use Bluebeam Administrator to enable the Office plug-in.) Make adjustments, such as compression format and printing resolution, from the document-creation interface. A minor stumbling block is that the first time you open PDF Revu, the setup dialog box can easily be hidden by other programs. On the plus side, PDF Revu’s advanced editing features are impressive, and it offers tutorials to help demystify the process.
Source of Information : Smart Computing / January 2009