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How to manage files in Adobe Acrobat Reader for iOS

Adobe Employee ,
Apr 07, 2015

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To perform any file operations (such as Delete, Rename, Duplicate, or Move), you need to switch to Local, Document Cloud, or Creative Cloud first.

  • Local - the files & folders stored locally on your iPad/iPhone
  • Document Cloud - the files & folders stored in the Adobe Document Cloud (formerly known as Acrobat.com)
  • Creative Cloud - the files & folders stored in the Adobe Creative Cloud

Please follow the steps in the "Select a file location" section for iPad/iPhone.

For iPad

Select a file location

  1. Go to My Documents (Home).
    Home.png
  2. Tap the blue text button at the center of the top bar.
    FileBrowser_iPad.png
  3. Select Local, Document Cloud, or Creative Cloud.
    SourSwitcher_iPad.png

Delete, rename, duplicate, or move a file or folder

  1. Tap the checkmark button on the right side of the top bar.
    Checkmark.png
  2. Select a file or folder.  For some operations, you can select multiple files.
    Select_iPad.png
  3. To delete a file or folder, tap the Delete button in the bottom bar.
    Delete.png
    To rename a file or folder, tap the Rename button in the bottom bar.
    Rename.png
    To duplicate or move a file, tap the Duplicate/Move button in the bottom bar.
    DuplicateMove.png

Create a new folder

  1. Tap the folder button on the right side of the top bar.
    NewFolder.png
  2. Enter a folder name.
    NewFolder.png
  3. Tap Create folder.

For iPhone

Select a file location

  1. Go to My Documents (Home).
    Home_iPhone.png
  2. Tap the blue text button at the center of the top bar.
    FileBrowser_iPhone.png
  3. Select Local, Document Cloud, or Creative Cloud.
    SourceSwitcher_iPhone.png

Delete, rename, duplicate, or move a file or folder

  1. Tap the "..." button on the right side of the top bar.
    More.png
  2. Tap Select.
    Select_1_iPhone.png
  3. Select a file or folder.  For some operations, you can select multiple files.
    Select_3_iPhone.png
  4. To delete a file or folder, tap the Delete button in the bottom bar.
    Delete.png
    To rename a file or folder, tap the Rename button in the bottom bar.
    Rename.png
    To duplicate or move a file, tap the Duplicate/Move button in the bottom bar.
    DuplicateMove.png

Create a new folder

  1. Tap the "..." button on the right side of the top bar.
    More.png
  2. Select New Folder.
    Select_2_iPhone.png
  3. Enter a folder name.
    NewFolder.png
  4. Tap Create folder.

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How to manage files in Adobe Acrobat Reader for iOS

Adobe Employee ,
Apr 07, 2015

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To perform any file operations (such as Delete, Rename, Duplicate, or Move), you need to switch to Local, Document Cloud, or Creative Cloud first.

  • Local - the files & folders stored locally on your iPad/iPhone
  • Document Cloud - the files & folders stored in the Adobe Document Cloud (formerly known as Acrobat.com)
  • Creative Cloud - the files & folders stored in the Adobe Creative Cloud

Please follow the steps in the "Select a file location" section for iPad/iPhone.

For iPad

Select a file location

  1. Go to My Documents (Home).
    Home.png
  2. Tap the blue text button at the center of the top bar.
    FileBrowser_iPad.png
  3. Select Local, Document Cloud, or Creative Cloud.
    SourSwitcher_iPad.png

Delete, rename, duplicate, or move a file or folder

  1. Tap the checkmark button on the right side of the top bar.
    Checkmark.png
  2. Select a file or folder.  For some operations, you can select multiple files.
    Select_iPad.png
  3. To delete a file or folder, tap the Delete button in the bottom bar.
    Delete.png
    To rename a file or folder, tap the Rename button in the bottom bar.
    Rename.png
    To duplicate or move a file, tap the Duplicate/Move button in the bottom bar.
    DuplicateMove.png

Create a new folder

  1. Tap the folder button on the right side of the top bar.
    NewFolder.png
  2. Enter a folder name.
    NewFolder.png
  3. Tap Create folder.

For iPhone

Select a file location

  1. Go to My Documents (Home).
    Home_iPhone.png
  2. Tap the blue text button at the center of the top bar.
    FileBrowser_iPhone.png
  3. Select Local, Document Cloud, or Creative Cloud.
    SourceSwitcher_iPhone.png

Delete, rename, duplicate, or move a file or folder

  1. Tap the "..." button on the right side of the top bar.
    More.png
  2. Tap Select.
    Select_1_iPhone.png
  3. Select a file or folder.  For some operations, you can select multiple files.
    Select_3_iPhone.png
  4. To delete a file or folder, tap the Delete button in the bottom bar.
    Delete.png
    To rename a file or folder, tap the Rename button in the bottom bar.
    Rename.png
    To duplicate or move a file, tap the Duplicate/Move button in the bottom bar.
    DuplicateMove.png

Create a new folder

  1. Tap the "..." button on the right side of the top bar.
    More.png
  2. Select New Folder.
    Select_2_iPhone.png
  3. Enter a folder name.
    NewFolder.png
  4. Tap Create folder.

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General troubleshooting, iOS

Views

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