Work on PDF files directly in OneDrive using Adobe Acrobat DC integration with Office 365

Arif Bacchus

Microsoft has just announced that Adobe Acrobat DC is now integrated with Office 365 through OneDrive and Azure Active Directly. This means that Acrobat can now connect directly with OneDrive so PDFs can be opened, edited, and saved directly from OneDrive.

The integration is very convenient for those who use Adobe Acrobat, as it is one of the most popular client apps for desktop, browser, and tablet users to fill, sign and send forms. Integration is also secure, as the files are now kept in OneDrive, avoiding  the need for users to download and upload files just to use them with Acrobat.  Furthermore, Acrobat federation uses OAuth 2.0 protocol in Azure AD which enables authorization to customer’s Azure AD tenant and Office 365 data.

If you have an Azure AD account, you can follow these steps to get transparent access to the Acrobat features:

On the Home screen in Acrobat or Acrobat Reader, select Add Account in the left-hand pane, and then click Add under the OneDrive account, enter your cloud service credentials then Sign in.

This Adobe Acrobat DC integration with Office 365 no doubt will streamline your experience and enable the power of Office 365 on your PDF Files.