1 Reply Latest reply on May 12, 2016 9:43 AM by MobileDeveloperCK

    Sync Document Cloud with Local


      Hi there!


      How can i sync the documents saved on the cloud with my local ipad?

      Im intending to access them documents without internet



        • 1. Re: Sync Document Cloud with Local
          MobileDeveloperCK Adobe Employee



          Currently, Acrobat Reader for iOS does not provide the user interface (a button or menu item) to download PDF documents from Adobe Document Cloud to Local on your iPad/iPhone.


          Here are some workarounds for the lack of the feature.


          (a) Download a cloud document using Safari


          1. Open Safari on your iPad/iPhone.
          2. Go to Acrobat Document Cloud (https://cloud.acrobat.com/).
          3. Sign in with your Adobe ID.
          4. Select the PDF document that you want to download to your iPad/iPhone.
          5. Tap Download.  This will cause the PDF document to be opened in Safari.
          6. Tap anywhere in the PDF document to show the secondary toolbar.
          7. Tap "Open in...".
          8. Tap the Acrobat icon to open the PDF document in Acrobat Reader for iOS.


          (b) Email a cloud document to yourself using Mail


          1. In Acrobat Reader for iOS, open the PDF document that you want to store locally on your iPad/iPhone.
          2. Tap the Share icon.
          3. Select Share File.
          4. Select "Share Original Document" in the Share File dialog.
          5. Tap Mail.
          6. Send email to yourself.
          7. In Apple Mail, open the email with the PDF attachment on your iPad/iPhone.
          8. Tap Share icon.
          9. Tap the Acrobat icon to open the PDF document in Acrobat Reader for iOS.


          Once the PDF document is opened in Acrobat Reader for iOS, it appears in the Local section of the file browser.


          Please note that you will have two PDF documents with the same file name. The one is stored locally on your iPad/iPhone, whereas the other one is stored in the Document Cloud.


          Please let us know if you have additional questions.

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