Using Document Cloud

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We are a large format printer producing Plans & Drawings [Blueprints is the American name of these] , we receive the PDF files from our clients using Dropbox or a File Download facility. Generally the files are too large to be sent attached to email.

We use Adobe Creative Cloud and Adobe Acrobat DC to manipulate the PDF's.

Is Adobe Creative Cloud an option for us to use in some way fro clients to send us their PDF's?

Hi Peter,

You could have clients share their PDF's with you via Document Cloud. They would just need to create a free level membership to do so.

Here are some related documents which might be helpful:

Benefits of a free Adobe Creative Cloud membership

When signed in with their Adobe ID at Adobe.com they would just need to navigate to document cloud

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From there there are options to upload and share their PDF files. It could be done from Creative Cloud Files too, but I'd recommend using Document Cloud instead, as it has better native PDF support.

doccloud.jpg

Hope that helps,

- Dave

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Using Document Cloud

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Jan 21, 2018

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We are a large format printer producing Plans & Drawings [Blueprints is the American name of these] , we receive the PDF files from our clients using Dropbox or a File Download facility. Generally the files are too large to be sent attached to email.

We use Adobe Creative Cloud and Adobe Acrobat DC to manipulate the PDF's.

Is Adobe Creative Cloud an option for us to use in some way fro clients to send us their PDF's?

Hi Peter,

You could have clients share their PDF's with you via Document Cloud. They would just need to create a free level membership to do so.

Here are some related documents which might be helpful:

Benefits of a free Adobe Creative Cloud membership

When signed in with their Adobe ID at Adobe.com they would just need to navigate to document cloud

adobedotcom.jpg

From there there are options to upload and share their PDF files. It could be done from Creative Cloud Files too, but I'd recommend using Document Cloud instead, as it has better native PDF support.

doccloud.jpg

Hope that helps,

- Dave

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Hi Peter,

You could have clients share their PDF's with you via Document Cloud. They would just need to create a free level membership to do so.

Here are some related documents which might be helpful:

Benefits of a free Adobe Creative Cloud membership

When signed in with their Adobe ID at Adobe.com they would just need to navigate to document cloud

adobedotcom.jpg

From there there are options to upload and share their PDF files. It could be done from Creative Cloud Files too, but I'd recommend using Document Cloud instead, as it has better native PDF support.

doccloud.jpg

Hope that helps,

- Dave

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