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Please join me and other Bentley experts for the 2014 Bentley LEARNing Conference in King of Prussia (Philadelphia area), Pennsylvania, USA, on July 15-16, featuring workshops and presentations to enhance your ProjectWise skills. Hands-on workshops and lectures will include:

  • ProjectWise Administrators Best Practices
  • ProjectWise Environments Explored
  • Advanced ProjectWise Topics
  • Learn about the ProjectWise and Mobility SDK
  • Review and Markup Hands-On
  • ProjectWise for the MicroStation and AutoCAD User
  • Discover the ProjectWise ToolBox

You’ll also learn about Bentley CONNECT and MANAGEservices, mobility solutions, managing construction workflow, and much more! Check out the full agenda for this event. Best of all, there is no registration fee for Bentley LEARN and Enterprise License Subscribers. If you don’t yet have a subscription, you can purchase one during the registration process. I look forward to seeing you in King of Prussia, PA in July!

Sincerely, Eddie Anderson

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In March we will focus on the Review and Markup abilities from everything from Web Browsers, Mobile Devices, and Thick Clients. Agenda is below:

  • RoadMap Update
  • Markup and Review Workflows
  • Web Client Markup
  • Markup via Mobile Devices
  • Navigator
  • Dynamic Plot
  • ProjectWise Conference Update

Register should open shortly for the March ProjectWise Special Interest Group meeting: http://learn.bentley.com/app/Public/GetLiveCourseOfferings?CourseId=107995&lpId=105423&FreeForAll=False

Recordings of all previous ProjectWise SIG meetings: http://learn.bentley.com/app/Public/ViewLearningPathDetails?lpId=105423

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ProjectWise SIG

Posted: September 30, 2013 in General, Training

We are starting up a ProjectWise Special Interest Group (SIG) for all who are interested in advancing their knowledge of ProjectWise.  I’ve scheduled the first two for October 17th and November 21st.  The sessions will be repeated twice on these days at 10:00AM EST and 8:00PM EST to cover as much of the ProjectWise world as possible.  We will try and do a quick presentation of some technology as well as have Bentley representatives from our software group and technical support group available to answer questions or relay valuable information that can’t be found elsewhere.

Session 1:
Date:
October 17th
Time: 10:00AM EST and 8:00PM EST
Duration: 1 Hour each
Trainer: Eddie Anderson
Session Description: This is the inaugural ProjectWise Special Interest Group session.  During this session we will discuss issues important to every ProjectWise Administrator and User.  This session will include information relating to the ProjectWise Development Roadmap, a quick demonstration on the new Rules Engine, advanced guided topics and an open Question & Answer in which representatives from Bentley Professional Services, Bentley Software and our Technical Support Group can hear and comment on your topics.

Session 2:
Date:
November 21th
Time: 10:00AM EST and 8:00PM EST
Duration: 1 Hour each
Trainer: Eddie Anderson
Session Description: This is the second ProjectWise Special Interest Group session.  During this session we will discuss issues important to every ProjectWise Administrator and User.  This session will include a discussion and presentation on Bentley CONNECT and how it affects your company, advanced guided topics and an open Question & Answer in which representatives from Bentley Professional Services, Bentley Software and our Technical Support Group can hear and comment on your topics.

Link to the registration page, for Session 1 on October 17th : http://learn.bentley.com/app/Public/GetLiveCourseOfferings?CourseId=107995&lpId=105423&FreeForAll=False

Link to the ProjectWise Special Interest Group Learning Path: ProjectWise Special Interest Group Learning Path

See you then!
EJA

I’ve had several people ask me if you can edit PDF files using the ProjectWise iPad app so I created a video with two simple workflows. This first is the check out the PDF, edit using the Adobe Reader app and then check the file back into ProjectWise. The second is opening a PDF from ProjectWise, mark it up, and save a copy of the markup back to ProjectWise. Pretting simple stuff, all with an iPad. Who said the iPad can’t create content. ipadpdf

EJA