Adobe is making it easy for you to convert doc files to PDF, compress or sign PDF files by making free online tools accessible on the browser Adobe has partnered with Google Chrome to offer these tools as shortcuts. For example, if you need to create a new PDF file, just open PDF.new on your browser to easily create a free Adobe Acrobat PDF from any Microsoft Office or image file.
If you need to sign a PDF form, you can simply type open ‘Sign.new’ to create a PDF form that you can fill, sign, save, and send. To convert a JPG file to a PDF file, simply open ‘JPGtoPDF.new’. You can use ‘CompressPDF.new’ to compress a large PDF file.
You can use Adobe Spark Post by simply typing ‘Create.new’ into the browser and to start designing social media posts from templates, images, icons, and stickers. You can also use your own logos, colours, and fonts.
“In addition to the ‘.new’ shortcuts above, we’re launching a plethora of free PDF actions this year – giving everyone access to 20 free, super simple Acrobat online tools in 2020. Acrobat online gives you access to both free and premium tools right in your browser, and makes quick work of a number of common PDF tasks. Just sign in with a free Adobe ID and Acrobat online lets you convert Microsoft Office and image files to PDF, or request electronic signatures from anyone,” as per a statement.
However, the catch here is that you can use each one of these Acrobat online actions once per day, every day, for free. If you need to convert, compress, or send something for signature more than once per day then you will have to opt for a subscription plan.