Adobe PDF & Acrobat Integrations for Microsoft Office 365, OneDrive and SharePoint

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The integration of Adobe PDF & Acrobat functions into the Microsoft Office 365 environment allow you to combine both technologies smoothly. Here are some examples how to use it:

  • You can create, manipulate, and view high-quality, secure PDFs across the web versions of Office 365, right from the toolbar of the web versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive and SharePoint.
  • Sales teams can now combine parts of PowerPoint and PDF files directly in SharePoint Online to create a new customer proposal, and even get that proposal signed with Adobe Sign without leaving SharePoint Online.
  • You can also add signing steps to SharePoint Online workflows, or use the Microsoft Flow connector to automate processes.

For more information about the different functionalities, please visit: https://acrobat.adobe.com/lu/en/business/integrations/microsoft-office-365.html

To benefit from the integration, you have to activate the Adobe Document Cloud add-in and the Adobe Sign add-in. With the following link you can install and configure the Microsoft + Adobe Document Cloud integrations: https://documentcloud.adobe.com/o365pdf/start.html. And here you find detailed instructions for the installation and configuration of Microsoft Office 365 SharePoint OneDrive https://helpx.adobe.com/document-cloud/help/office365-configuring-sharepoint-onedrive.html.

Microsoft SharePoint Online Plan 2 and OneDrive for Business Plan 2 price increase

Starting March 1st, 2016 the pricing for SharePoint Online Plan 2 and OneDrive for Business Plan 2 will increase by 25% per user per month.

Microsoft periodically evaluates its pricing to ensure it reflects the value of each offering to their customers. This price increase reflects notable additional value being delivered to the OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online plans.