As I haven’t managed to resolve some of the inking issues when using Bluebeam PDF Revu on my Surface Pro 4, I am going to give Drawboard PDF a try when annotating my lecture/workshop slides. The inking is very good! However it takes quite a few clicks to insert a blank page if needed, so it will be best if I have the right number of blank pages in my document before I start. Actually, one of the most common requests from students last year was that I should include enough blank space in their notes for them to write down my annotations, so that gives me two reasons to do so. I’ll base the number of blank pages on the number of extra pages I needed last year.
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