Recently, Adobe and Microsoft are announced that they are enlarging their close partnership by combining Adobe PDF services into Microsoft Office 365. The Adobe’s PDF services will be available from the ribbon inside the web versions of MS Word, MS PowerPoint, and MS Excel. The commercial users of Microsoft Office 365 will easily be able to convert documents into the PDFs all while preserving the font choices, layouts, formatting, and password protection features.
The PDF integration follows the news of Microsoft’s is planning to redesign its Microsoft Office web application to be more modern and a lot faster to use. Microsoft is also starting to test the easiest ribbon for Office.com and also on its Office desktop application, and now the Office on the web will include the avatars for comments and enthusiastic colors for the participants who are editing and viewing the similar document.
Recently, Adobe has been worked with the Microsoft on the PDF integration process, by following the company’s e-signature solution for becoming preferred for the Microsoft Office 365 usage. In the recent years, Microsoft and Adobe have increasingly worked intimately, and a nearer partnership has started around the time while both companies teamed up to improve the Photoshop on touchscreens back in the year 2014. Adobe is also integrating its PDF services into SharePoint and OneDrive, along with the deeper integration in Microsoft’s Dynamics 365.