Adobe PDF Pack is one service in the Acrobat.com family of online services. Use Adobe PDF Pack to create, export, sign, and track PDF files. The files you create are automatically stored in your Adobe PDF Pack account.

You can convert documents and images to PDF, but you cannot edit PDF files in Adobe PDF Pack. For information on editing PDF files, see Acrobat Help.

Create PDF

If you have a paid subscription of the Adobe PDF Pack service, you can easily create PDFs from various file formats, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and images.  

File types you can convert to PDF

Convert any of the following file types to PDF:

  • Microsoft Word (DOC, DOCX)
  • Microsoft PowerPoint (PPT, PPTX)
  • Microsoft Excel (XLS, XLSX)
  • Microsoft Publisher (PUB)
  • Text (TXT)
  • Adobe PostScript® (PS)
  • Adobe InDesign (INDD)
  • Adobe Fill & Sign (FORM)
  • Image (bitmap, JPEG, GIF, TIFF, PNG)
  • OpenOffice and StarOffice presentation, spreadsheet, graphic, and document files (ODT, ODP, ODS, ODG, ODF, SXW, SXI, SXC, SXD, STW).

Note:

You cannot combine PDF files that are secure, password protected, 3D, or part of a PDF Portfolio.

  1. On the upper-right corner of the Reader DC window, click Sign In.

  2. In the Adobe Sign In dialog, sign in using your Adobe ID and password.

  3. In the right pane, click Create PDF.

    Convert files to PDF
    Convert files to PDF

  4. By default, the currently opened file is selected for conversion. Click Select File To Convert To PDF to browse and select another file.  

  5. Click Convert.

    The file is converted into PDF format and stored in your Adobe PDF Pack account.  

    Note:

    To view a complete list of files that you have converted, click Create PDF and then click the View Converted Files link below the Select File button.

Learn about more online services

Adobe PDF Pack is just one of the online services available in Reader. Click Tools in the main toolbar to check for new tools and services you can get in Adobe Reader DC. To learn more, visit www.adobe.com/go/learn_acr_dex_en.

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