Adobe Acrobat web has added various useful tools and features for PDFs that include merging multiple PDFs, adding passwords, and more. These features were earlier only available on the most-used PDF reader’s desktop app, but now the feature will be available in the Adobe Acrobat web version. The new features from Adobe Acrobat offer useful tools like splitting a single PDF into multiple files, adding passwords to the PDFs, and even merging multiple PDFs into a single file directly on the web.
Other than this, Adobe will also allow users to fill and sign forms online, reorder PDF pages, compress PDFs, and edit, rotate, delete PDF pages/files. Moreover, the users with Acrobat subscriptions will use specific PDF tools like editing images and text.
The company has also added multiple new shortcuts to quickly access Acrobat features, which users can use via web browsers. Following are the shortcuts that Adobe added to the Acrobat Web: Sign.new, PDF.new, CompressPDF.new, ConvertPDF.new, and WordtoPDF.new.
The new Acrobat Web tools will allow users to tackle various PDF tasks within the browser. This new feature will relieve users from installing the software on their desktop. According to the company, actions like compressing, converting files into PDFs, or e-signing should be free and easy to do. This probably is a great deal for users who like keeping the number of installed software to a bare minimum on their desktop.
For more PDF power on the web, mobile, and desktop, users can always upgrade to an Acrobat subscription to maximize productivity.