Adobe Acrobat extension for Google Chrome

Getting started with Acrobat in Chrome

After installing Acrobat Pro on your computer, you see the new Acrobat viewer option when you open a PDF in Chrome. To start using the viewer, set it as the default viewer:

  1. Click the button to open a sample PDF in Chrome: Sample PDF

  2. Click Set as default. The new Acrobat experience is enabled for you in Chrome.

    Set as default

Adobe Acrobat for Chrome makes your document tasks easier and faster by allowing you to interact with Acrobat directly from within Chrome. With this all-new extension for Chrome, you can easily:

  • Open your PDFs in Acrobat online to add comments and share them for review.
  • Easily fill in forms and add your signature with the Fill & Sign tool.
  • Quickly switch from viewing PDFs in Chrome to opening them in Acrobat DC on your desktop.
  • Convert to PDF services using Adobe Acrobat widget shown directly in the Google Search window.
  • Convert, compress, and combine PDF files in your browser.

Working with Acrobat in Chrome

You can easily convert web pages to rich, high-quality PDF files that maintain the look and feel of the original content.

  1. Open a web page in a new Chrome tab or refresh any other existing tab which has a web page loaded. The extension is enabled once the web page is completely downloaded.

  2. Click the Adobe Acrobat icon displayed in the upper-right corner of the Chrome toolbar, and then choose Convert webpage to PDF.

    Convert webpage to PDF

  3. Provide the file name in the Save As dialog box, and then click Save.

  4. The web page is converted to PDF, and then the PDF opens in Acrobat.

You can easily add a web page to an existing PDF. First, the web page is converted to PDF, and then it's added at the end of the existing PDF.
 

  1. Open a web page in a new Chrome tab or refresh any other existing tab which has a web page loaded. The extension is enabled once the web page is completely downloaded.

  2. Click the Adobe Acrobat icon displayed in the upper-right corner of the Chrome toolbar, and then choose Add to existing PDF.

    Add a web page to an existing PDF

  3. Browse and select the existing PDF in the Open dialog box, and then click Open.

  4. The web page is added to the existing PDF, and then the PDF opens in Acrobat.

Note:

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