With Adobe PDF Pack, you can easily create, combine, sign, and send PDF files online. You can also convert PDF files into editable Word or Excel files. The files create are automatically stored in your PDF Pack account.
You cannot edit PDF files with Adobe PDF Pack. You need Acrobat DC to edit PDF files. See Acrobat Help.
To manage your account, sign in to https://cloud.acrobat.com/ with your Adobe ID and password. Click Account > My Information in the upper-right area of the Adobe PDF Pack application window.
- First Name, Last Name, Adobe ID, Password: For your password, enter at least six characters that include at least one letter and at least one number.
- Language: Use the menu to select a language (U.S. English, U. K. English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, or Spanish) for the user interface.
To upgrade your account or manage your subscription, click Account > My Subscriptions in the upper-right area of the Adobe PDF Pack application window.
|Convert to PDF from||Supported file extensions|
|Image file formats||.bmp, .gif, .jpeg, .jpg, .png, .tif, .tiff|
|Microsoft Excel||.xls, .xlsx|
|Microsoft PowerPoint||.ppt, .pptx|
|Microsoft Word||.doc, .docx|
|Rich Text Format||.rtf|
|Fill & Sign Form Format||.form|
Files you create are stored in your Adobe PDF Pack account. The conversion list in the bottom area of the Adobe PDF Pack window lists all the files you’ve converted. You can open, download, or delete files in the conversion list. You can also search for a file you’ve created by entering its name in the search box at the right side of the application window.
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: You cannot combine PDF files that are secure, password protected, 3D, or part of a PDF Portfolio.
When you use Combine Files, Adobe PDF Pack stores just the combined PDF file, not the files from which it was created.
Use Export PDF to Word/Excel to convert PDF files into editable Microsoft Word or Microsoft Excel files. Adobe CreatePDF supports optical character recognition, or OCR, when you use Export PDF to Word/Excel.
OCR is the conversion of images of text (scanned text) into editable characters so that you can search, correct, and copy the text.
Adobe PDF Pack performs OCR on PDF files that contain images, vector art, hidden text, or a combination of these elements. (For example, Adobe PDF Pack performs OCR on PDF files created from scanned documents.) Adobe PDF Pack also performs OCR on text that it can't interpret because the text was encoded incorrectly in the source application.
Choose the language of the document you're converting from the pop-up menu. (The language selected by default is the language you've selected in the My Information dialog box.)
Note: Adobe PDF Pack does not retain the language setting from session to session. Therefore, make sure that you select the appropriate language each time you convert a document with OCR.
Use Adobe Fill & Sign to easily fill out and sign forms online. You can also download your filled PDF forms to print or email them. For more information, see Using Adobe Fill & Sign.
Use Adobe Send & Track to send and track large files online. You can send files stored in your account or upload files from your desktop. Sending a file is just like sending an email, and you’re notified as soon as someone views or downloads the file you sent. For more information, see Using Adobe Send & Track.