Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365

Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365 is a Microsoft AppSource listing that links to the following three Adobe Acrobat Add-ins:

  • Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint
  • Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft Teams
  • Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint

Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365 enables Microsoft Admins to deploy all three apps simultaneously through the Microsoft admin center or directly from the Microsoft AppSource. It also allows non-admin users to deploy the Adobe Acrobat apps from the Microsoft AppSource via the Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365 landing page.

Deploy Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365 from Microsoft Admin Center

Applicable to Enterprise Admins

If you are a Microsoft administrator, you can deploy Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365 by doing the following:

  1. Go to Microsoft 365 Admin center and log in using your credentials.

  2. From the navigation menu on the left, go to Settings > Integrated apps, and then select Get apps.

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  3. In the admin center AppSource window, search for Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365. From the search results, locate Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365 and click Get it now.

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  4. In the dialog that appears, click Deploy.

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  5. In the Deploy New App window, select Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365, and then click Next.

    Deploy Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365

  6. You can add the users you want the app to be deployed to. Select the desired option and click Next.

    Add users

  7. Acrobat app requests permissions before deployment. Click Accept permissions

    Accept permission requests

  8. A new app permissions window pops up. Enter your Microsoft login credentials if prompted, and then click Accept.

    Click Accept

  9. The Deploy New App window confirms the Permissions accepted. Click Next.

    Permissions accepted

  10. To Review and finish deployment, click Finish deployment.

  11. Click Done when the deployment is completed.

    Deployment completed confirmation

    You will see Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365 listed in the list of Integrated apps.

    Acrobat deployed and visible in the Integrated apps list

Deploy Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365 from Microsoft AppSource

Applicable to admins and individual users

  1. Go to Microsoft AppSource and log in to your account.

  2. Search for Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365. From the search results, locate Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365 and click Get it now.

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  3. In the confirmation dialog that appears, click Get it now.

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  4. The Adobe Document Cloud page opens. If you are not an admin, then in the Not an administrator? Install Adobe Acrobat add-ins for yourself section, select any of the following apps that you want to install:

    • Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint
    • Microsoft Teams
    • Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint
    Pastaba:

    If you are an admin, click Microsoft Admin in the Administrators section. The Microsoft 365 admin center page opens. Follow the steps mentioned in the Deploy Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365 from Microsoft Admin Center section.

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  5. For the app that you selected, click Get it now on the apps page that opens.

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  6. Follow the on-screen instructions to install and use Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365.

Configure Adobe Acrobat as the default PDF viewer in MS Teams

Applicable to admins and individual users

In the Microsoft Teams admin center, you can set up an installation policy and give Adobe Acrobat the required permissions, so it's the default app for viewing and editing PDFs. All PDF files within the Chat, Channels, and Files app will open directly in the Acrobat app within Teams once Acrobat is set as default. 

For more information, see Configuring Adobe Acrobat as the default PDF viewer in Microsoft Teams.

Delete Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365

Applicable to Enterprise Admins

  1. In the Microsoft 365 administrator center, from the navigation menu on the left, go to Settings > Integrated apps, and then select Azure Active Directory. 

    Open Azure Active Directory from the MS 365 admin center

  2. In the Azure Active Directory admin center, on the left pane click Enterprise applications, and then select the Adobe Document Cloud in the list of apps.

    Select the Adobe Document Cloud app

  3. Select Properties on the left pane in the Adobe Document Cloud window, and then click Delete.

    Go to the app properties and choose delete

  4. On the confirmation dialog, click Delete. The Adobe Acrobat for Microsoft 365 app is now removed.

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