And, this is just the start of digital transformation. When organisations embrace these solutions, their users respond with more sophisticated demands to work smarter inside the apps they use every day to collaborate, complete essential tasks and advance your business. That’s why every Adobe Acrobat Pro update delivers new features that users needed — even if they didn’t know they needed them.
When remote work became the norm for many during the pandemic, businesses and employees discovered that working from home could be more efficient. Without the distractions of the office, you can focus on doing your best work — but you need the right digital tools to do so.
Integrations have always been an essential part of Adobe’s digital document experience, enabling users to take on complex tasks and collaborate without switching between multiple apps. And, for businesses that rely on Microsoft applications, Adobe provides the most thorough integrations of any PDF or e-signature solution. Users can use PDF tools in apps such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel, SharePoint and OneDrive in a mobile-first experience that lets collaborators get work done from anywhere.
Adobe Acrobat Pro is deeply integrated with Microsoft, enabling you to leverage PDF tools directly within OneDrive, SharePoint and Teams. You can edit PDFs, organize, protect, compress and more — all from inside the apps you use most.
Teams is Microsoft’s fundamental solution for collaboration in the age of the dispersed workforce. The new Adobe Acrobat Pro update lets you view PDFs directly inside Microsoft Teams, making it not just for Acrobat users, but for everyone.
As the default PDF handler inside Microsoft Teams, Acrobat Pro also delivers a wide range of features that you can access when you sign into your Adobe Account. These benefits include: