Working with PDF files stored in the cloud can be a little challenging depending on their size. A new partnership with Dropbox connects Acrobat users with documents stored in the cloud storage icon. This interesting information came to us from Computer World in their article, “Adobe teams with Dropbox as part of Document Cloud upgrades.”
Users will be able to link their Dropbox accounts with Adobe’s Acrobat Reader and Acrobat DC desktop apps. This will allow them to edit any PDFs they have stored in Dropbox’s cloud from Acrobat, without having to go digging for the right file.
I realize this seems minor in the context of a great accomplishment, but if you are one of those people who are constantly editing and being asked to create and then locate files for various people and projects, this could save an a massive amount of time.
Managing data presents its own set of challenges. Finding the data with obvious searches does not always happen with ease.
Melody K. Smith
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