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Quit Acrobat / Reader application if it's already running.
Change the values of the User Agent registry entries from Internet Explorer (IE) to Chrome. This change will bypass the Dropbox server-side check of the non-supported IE browser.
Do the following:
e. Close the registry editor.
Open Acrobat / Reader, and then add your Dropbox account as suggested in the next section.
After you're done adding your account, it's recommended to remove the registry keys added in Step 2.
In Acrobat or Acrobat Reader, Select Home > Add file storage and then select Add under Dropbox.
Your default browser opens and displays the Sign In window. Provide your Dropbox account’s email address and password, then select Sign in.
Acrobat requests your permission to access your Dropbox files in the browser window. Select Allow.
Your browser prompts you to return to Acrobat or Acrobat Reader to complete adding your Dropbox account. Select Open Adobe Acrobat.
The account is added in the left pane under the Other file storage section. A list of files/folders is displayed. All the actions specific to the selected file type are available in the right context pane.
Search and filter commands are unavailable in the Home view for Dropbox files. Sort is available in Dropbox file listings.
In the Home view, select the Edit icon Other file storage.icon next to
Select the Done next to Other file storage.icon next to the Dropbox account you want to remove, then select