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File types that you can convert to PDF or create from PDF using Document Cloud PDF services.

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Apr 29, 2020 Apr 29, 2020

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Understand, what all files formats can be converted to PDF or created from PDF if you have subscribed for any one of these Document Cloud PDF Services: 

 

  1. Adobe Export PDF   
  2. Adobe Acrobat PDF Pack

 

 

FP3.png   Adobe Acrobat Export PDF is an online Adobe Document Cloud service. With it, you can easily convert PDF files into editable Word, Excel, or RTF (Rich Text Format) documents.

It’s a subscription-based service, that you can purchase from here

 

 

            Export PDF to

      Supported file extensions

          Microsoft Word

              .doc, .docx

          Microsoft Excel

                .xls, .xlsx

         Rich Text Format

                    .rtf

 

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You can access this service from the following ways:

Document Cloud web interface

Acrobat Reader DC desktop application &

Adobe Acrobat Reader Mobile App

 

 

 

Pic3.png  Adobe Acrobat PDF Pack is a bundle of Adobe Document Cloud services. With it, you can easily Create, Export, Combine, Organize, sign, and send PDF files online. You can also convert PDF files into editable Word or Excel files.

 

Create PDF Use Create PDF to convert Microsoft Office documents (Word, Excel, or PowerPoint), and other supported file formats to PDFs. For more information, Click here

  • Sign in to Adobe Document Cloud at https://documentcloud.adobe.com with your Adobe ID and password, or with your social (Facebook or Google) account.
  • In the top navigation bar, click Convert Convert To PDF.         

                          

Convert to PDF from

Supported file extensions

Microsoft Word

.doc, .docx

Microsoft Excel

.xls, .xlsx

Microsoft PowerPoint

.ppt, .pptx

Image file formats

.bmp, .gif, .jpeg, .jpg, .png, .tif, .tiff

Rich Text Format

.rtf

Text file

.txt

Adobe Illustrator

.ai

Adobe InDesign

.indd

Adobe Photoshop

.psd

 

 

Export PDF: Use Export PDF to convert PDF files into editable Microsoft Word or Microsoft Excel files.

  • Sign in to Adobe Document Cloud at https://documentcloud.adobe.com with your Adobe ID and password, or with your social (Facebook or Google) account.
  • In the top navigation bar, click Convert Export PDF.

  

     Export PDF to

  Supported file extensions

        Microsoft Word

        .doc, .docx

        Microsoft Excel

        .xls, .xlsx

      Rich Text Format

              .rtf

   Microsoft PowerPoint

        .ppt, .pptx

 

 

Combine Files: Use Combine Files to convert up to ten files to a single PDF. Combine Files supports multiple file types, in addition to PDF files.

Note: When you use Combine Files, Adobe PDF Pack stores just the combined PDF file, not the files from which it was created.

For more information click here 

  •   Sign in to Adobe Document Cloud at https://documentcloud.adobe.com with your Adobe ID and password, or with your social (Facebook or Google) account. 
  • In the top navigation bar, click Edit Combine Files.

 

Adobe Acrobat PDF Pack lets you convert or combine from the following popular file types to PDF:

 

Convert to PDF from

Supported file extensions

Microsoft Word

.doc, .docx

Microsoft Excel

.xls, .xlsx

Microsoft PowerPoint

.ppt, .pptx

Image file formats

.bmp, .gif, .jpeg, .jpg, .png, .tif, .tiff

Rich Text Format

.rtf

Text file

.txt

Adobe Illustrator

.ai

Adobe InDesign

.indd

Adobe Photoshop

.psd

 

Note: Acrobat DC subscriber can also get these files conversions on Document Cloud web.

 

We would like to know if these helped you understand the supporting file formats for Document Cloud PDF services. Join the conversation here. We are listening!

 

To discover a host of other great features – Go straight to:  Is your work restricted to specific system? | Locate your Files & Folders on Document Cloud web.

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