Access your Google Drive files from Acrobat online

You can easily store and access files from your Google Drive storage account when you’re working in Acrobat online. Once added, you can see your Google Drive files in the Home as well as the Recents list. You can perform various tasks on the files and save the modified files back to your Google Drive account:  

  • Browse and view PDF and non-PDF files in the Acrobat online viewer.
  • Rename, delete, download, and move files within Google Drive.
  • Use Acrobat online tools on the files to perform actions like:
    • Export PDF 
    • Create PDF 
    • Organize PDF 
    • Split PDF 
    • Protect PDF 
    • Edit PDF
    • Combine files
    • Add comments
    • Fill & SIgn forms
    • Request e-signatures
    • Send in bulk
    • Create a web form

Steps to add your Google Drive account in Acrobat online:

  1. Sign in to Acrobat online at with your Adobe ID and password or your Google or Apple account.

  2. In the top navigation bar, click Documents.

  3. In the left navigation pane, click Add an Account and then click the Sign in with Google button.

    Add your Google Drive account

  4. Enter your login credentials when prompted. 

    OneDrive sign in dialog

  5. Acrobat requests your permission to access your contacts and manage files. Select all the options and then select Continue.

    Final confirmation dialog

  6. Your Google Drive account is added under the Other Storage section in the left pane. Click the account to see the list of files/folders. All the actions specific to the selected file type are available in the right context pane.


    You can add multiple Google Drive accounts in Acrobat online.


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