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Adobe Acrobat and Acrobat Reader just got more useful for those who store files across an array of cloud storage services.

Adobe today is announcing that all users can now open and edit PDF files stored inside Box and Microsoft OneDrive, right from within Acrobat and Acrobat Reader. Adobe first announced these integrations last month.

Setting up the integration is as easy as clicking on the Add Account button in the left pane on the home screen of Acrobat or Acrobat Reader, clicking on Add underneath the cloud file syncing and sharing services you want to connect with, and logging in, Adobe said in a blog post.

Adobe has launched these integrations just a few weeks after announcing the availability of an integration with Dropbox, which competes with Box and OneDrive.


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Support for the Adobe Sign electronic signature feature for Box and OneDrive is on the way, Adobe said today.

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