Office 365 gains Adobe PDF technologies integration

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Adobe announced today a new integration of its PDF technologies across Office 365, with the company’s PDF services now being available in the online versions of Word, Excel and Powerpoint. Office 365 subscribers with a subscription to Adobe Acrobat DC for teams or enterprise will be able to create PDFs from Office files right from the ribbon, but Adobe PDF services are also available in SharePoint and OneDrive.

In addition to these new PDF services integrations, Adobe also announced today new advancements in Adobe Sign, Microsoft’s preferred e-signature solution for Office 365. Adobe Sign is now more deeply integrated with Dynamics 365, with a redesigned UI providing quick access to data from LinkedIn Sales Navigator. Lastly, e’ve more deeply embedded Sign with Microsoft Dynamics CRMAdobe plans to host Adobe Sign on Microsoft Azure in the US in the next few weeks.

“Microsoft and Adobe share a common vision of the workplace of the futureone that is centered on teamwork and collaboration,” said Ron Markezich, corporate vice president, Microsoft Office 365 at Microsoft Corp. “Building on the initial success of our partnership focused on Adobe Sign, we’re thrilled that Microsoft Office 365 customers now have access to the expansive PDF services from Adobe, right within the tools they use every day.”