Adobe’s New Browser Shortcuts Let You Quickly Create PDFs, Even Fillable Ones
By Thanussha Priyah, 31 Jul 2020
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Working with PDF files can be burdensome, so Adobe is launching new browser shortcuts to make your process much easier.
The company has unveiled new Google-backed browser shortcuts (under the .new domain name), including PDF.new—which will allow you to create a free Adobe Acrobat PDF from a Word document, and Sign.new—which will launch a fillable PDF form allowing you to directly sign the file.
Once the shortcuts are entered into your browser’s address bar, you will be brought to an Adobe page where you can drag and drop your file to convert it.
Adobe also released other shortcuts, including JPGtoPDF.new to convert JPG files to PDF files and CompressPDF.new to compress large PDF files for sharing. To land on Adobe Spark, you can now simply enter Create.new in the address bar.
Additionally, Adobe is giving free access to 20 Acrobat online tools via the Acrobat Online dashboard. You will have sign in with a free Adobe ID to use the online tools.
New online tools: open https://t.co/EKx89yFS9E to create a free Adobe Acrobat PDF from a Microsoft Office or image file— Peggy K (@PeggyKTC) July 30, 2020
* https://t.co/9iAHZE8GmP create a PDF form that you can fill, sign, save, and send
* https://t.co/O0UgQeeTzg convert jpg image to PDFhttps://t.co/7lxRSPmQOg
[via Engadget, cover image via Shutterstock]
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