Hi @kristenl278428861300t36k ,
I hope that I am not mistaken, bu I believe that that is not the appropriate workflow.
In either case, Adobe Document Cloud or OneDrive, when you share a file with other users directly from a specific cloud service app (or via File Explorer or via web browser), the shared file(s) will be only visible to the other users within the same cloud space service. It doesn't seem to integrate as hybrid (or cross-platform) cloud would do.
In this case, if you want to share your OneDrivefiles with other users that are working with Adobe Acrobat as the host program, the best way to do this is to manually create a folder in OneDrive and deposit the desired files that you want to share in there.
This will allow the users to navigate through the OneDrive folder through the Acrobat online storage interfacte and access those files for download and if desired, they can further share the same file(s) via the Adobe Document Cloud.
However, you may want to check that all of your OneDrive users have upgraded to the latest version of the OneDrive app as some features may not be supported anymore with the older versions.
I just learned that while trying to reproduce your scenario on my Windows 10 box and errors popped up as I was trying to share a folder for myself.