Adobe and Microsoft announced several new integrations between their respective services last month, bringing PDF services into the online versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint, PDF preview capabilities to SharePoint and OneDrive for Business, and the ability to combine files directly in the browser.
More fully, you get the ability to:
– Open and view PDFs online with Adobe’s high-quality web-based PDF previewer.
– Create password protected Adobe PDFs that preserve fonts, formatting, and layouts.
– Manipulate existing PDF documents by deleting, reordering, or rotating pages in a PDF.
– Combine multiple Microsoft files and PDFs into a single PDF that you can use for archiving or distribution.
– Convert PDFs into editable Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or RTF files from your mobile device or online while preserving fonts, formatting, and layouts.
The integration has to be enabled by an Office 365 administrator, and you’ll need a subscription to Adobe Document Cloud in addition to the Office 365 one.