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You can easily access and store files from your Google Drive file storage account while working in Acrobat on your desktop.
Select HomeAdd file storage, then select Add under Google Drive.>
Your default browser opens, and displays the Sign In window.
Acrobat requests your permission to access and manage your Google Drive files in the browser window. Select the checkbox next to See, edit, create, and delete your Google Drive files. Then, select Continue.
Your browser prompts you to return to Acrobat or Acrobat Reader to complete adding your Google Drive account. Select Open Adobe Acrobat.
The account is added in the left pane under the Other file storage section, and the listing of files/folders is displayed in the right pane. Now, all the actions specific to the selected file type are available from here.
In the Home view, select the Edit/Pencil icon next to Other file storage.
Select the cross icon next to the account you want to remove, and then select Remove in the confirmation dialog box.