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Adobe offers a new site to work with PDF files

 There are many platforms that help us deal with PDF files, from converting them, putting passwords, signing them ... But none of them was an online platform from Adobe itself. Among them is ILovePDF, one of the most complete and which we have talked about on many occasions.

The truth is that Adobe has now decided to "compete" with new tools on its website.

Adobe Acrobat Web has been updated to add many tools to PDF files. We can now use Acrobat on the web to add passwords to PDF files, merge several PDF files into a single file, and divide a single PDF file into multiple files.  In addition, Adobe also allows users to fill and sign online forms, rearrange PDF pages, and compress, edit, edit, rotate, and delete PDF files and pages.

Users can also use specific PDF tools, such as text and image editing, through an Acrobat subscription.



 

These new Acrobat Web tools will allow users to process different PDF tasks through the browser itself, without the need for a desktop application or software.

You can test these tools on the site:Adobe

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