I recently reported that Adobe would be rolling out Box and OneDrive integrations for Acrobat DC on the desktop. As of yesterday, those integrations are live.

From the Home tab within Acrobat DC, click Add Account to add a Box or OneDrive account. You may have to download the latest version of DC to see this option, which you can do by going to the Help tab and then clicking Check for Updates.

Once you add a Box or OneDrive account, you can access your PDF files in those accounts from directly within Acrobat. This also works with Acrobat Reader.

Still to come with the Box integration are two additional features: the ability to sign documents in Box using Adobe Sign and the ability to access and edit PDFs from directly within Box.

Acrobat DC already integrated with SharePoint and Dropbox.

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