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Integrations Available with Adobe Acrobat

Get more out of your Microsoft 365 apps — create, edit, share and manage PDF workflows seamlessly.

View high-fidelity PDFs and annotate by adding text, comments and more directly in Microsoft Teams, OneDrive and SharePoint (no paid Acrobat license required).

Share and collaborate
on PDFs in
Microsoft Teams

The Adobe Acrobat integration for Microsoft Teams lets you review and markup PDF files with your colleagues without leaving the app you’re using all day, every day.

Create and combine
PDFs directly in

Convert Microsoft 365 files to PDFs without ever leaving OneDrive. And when working in Acrobat, access and store files right within your OneDrive account.

Create and save PDFs
directly in
Microsoft 365

See how easy it is to convert Word, Excel and PowerPoint files to PDF right within the apps.

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Microsoft Teams and Adobe Acrobat

Now Available: Adobe Acrobat as default PDF experience in Microsoft Teams

You can now set Acrobat as the default app for your PDFs in Teams ensuring you stay in the flow without needing to switch between apps. Collaborate in real-time with multiple stakeholders simultaneously viewing, commenting, and annotating the PDF.


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Setting up permissions

Ask your Microsoft Teams admin to set up permissions for Adobe Acrobat to be the default app for viewing and editing PDFs.

Admin Configuration Guide

Protect Your PDFs with Microsoft Sensitivity Labeling Directly in Adobe Acrobat

Microsoft Purview Information Protection (MPIP) already classifies, labels and protects Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations. This integration brings the same familiar capabilities to PDFs via Acrobat.

Adobe Blog

Read about how we see MPIP in Acrobat as fundamental and game-changing for organizations as the need for security for digital assets continues to increase.

MPIP Overview

See how you can protect PDFs by adding, editing, customizing and deleting Microsoft Sensitivity Labels directly in Acrobat.

Microsoft Ignite – MPIP Deep Dive

Watch the conversation between Microsoft’s Rudra Mitra, Corporate VP for Data Security & Privacy, and Adobe’s Deepak Bharadwaj, VP of Product Management.

Guided Tour

Take a step-by-step tour of how to apply a Microsoft Sensitivity Label to a PDF directly in Acrobat.


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Integrations Available with Adobe Acrobat Sign

Prepare and send documents for signature and easily track their status right within your favorite Microsoft 365 apps.

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