What OS and Reader versions? What happens when you try? Any error messages?
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Que tal Claudio?
My iOS version is the last update 8.3, and for Adobe is the last one to. And nop I don't have any error message or stuff. But I just don't know the procedure to put a document I in to a folder. I tried in a lot of ways but no one does the work.
(1) Create a folder: On the iPad, click the folder icon at the upper right, enter the name of the folder. (On an iPhone, click the "..." icon, select New Folder, and name the folder.)
(2) Select the file(s): On the iPad, click the checkbox icon at the upper right, and click beside the file(s) you want to move. (On an iPhone, click the "..." icon, and choose Select, then select the file(s)).
(3) Click the Move icon at the bottom (4th from left). Select Move. Select the destination folder.
Is that working for you?
I do not fully understand the translation (from French to English using the built-in Microsoft Translator). But I guess that you are asking about how to drag & drop files to a folder in Acrobat DC for iOS.
Unfortunately, the drag & drop option is not available in Acrobat DC for iOS. (I am not aware of any other iOS apps supporting it, either.) You just need to select one or more files to move to a folder as described in the "Delete, rename, duplicate, or move a file or folder" section of the following FAQ document.
The most important thing to note here is to switch the file location to "Local", "Document Cloud", or "Creative Cloud" first. Because you cannot perform any file operations in "Recent" or "Outbox".
Please let us know if the above did not answer your question.