Microsoft and Adobe have been strong partners for some time. Most recently, the two companies teamed up (pun intended) for Microsoft Teams integration. Today though, the firms announced that you'll be able to use Adobe PDF services right from the OneDrive and SharePoint web apps.
"Microsoft and Adobe share a common vision of the workplace of the future—one 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."
Adobe PDF services will be included in the ribbon in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Online, allowing users to create PDFs that "preserve fonts, formatting, and layouts", and they can also be password-protected. From OneDrive and SharePoint, you can combine multiple files into one PDF, and you can also convert PDFs into native files for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
The new integrations are available starting today, for those with Adobe Acrobat DC for teams and enterprise. You'll also need an Office 365 business SKU, and your administrator will need to enable it, and you can learn how to do that here.