Adobe Acrobat has released a Google Chrome plugin that allows users to access PDF-editing capabilities straight from their browsers. The new extension will allow users to read, convert, compress, and sign PDFs without leaving the browser.
After downloading and installing the extension, users may share files with others to collect all feedback in one location. People who have a subscription to Adobe Acrobat DC may also convert Web pages to PDF.
On October 12, the Google Chrome extension was made available via a blog post. With the most recent version, opening PDFs in Adobe Acrobat for Chrome behaves just like using an online PDF editor.
Users will be able to fill out and sign documents, as well as mark up PDFs with comments, highlights, and drawings. They may also share a file with others to collect all input in one location. Users may utilize the Fill and Sign function in the Adobe Acrobat extension to fill out forms and add signatures without leaving the browser. The free access also allows users to download and print the papers.
Users who have a subscription to Adobe Acrobat Pro DC will receive new tools with the newest release. These include converting a PDF from the browser to a Microsoft Word document, converting Web pages to PDF, and maintaining the layout, formatting, and links of captured pages.