New features in June 2021 added to Adobe Document Services like PDF Extract and Document Generation for Microsoft Power Automate provides more ways to create and analyze PDF documents.
Adobe has been hard at work the last several months offering new ways to automate document processes in your apps and workflows. In March, Adobe announced Adobe PDF Tools connector for Microsoft Power Automate to add PDF actions in your flows. In March, Adobe released Adobe Document Generation API, which will enable you to generate Word and PDF documents based on data dynamically. In September, Adobe provided PDF Extract API as a private beta.
This month, we have new updates to make it easier for you to generate your documents and extract data from your PDFs dynamically. In this article, let’s walk through what’s new.
Adobe PDF Tools API is now called Adobe PDF Services API
As we began offering our APIs across different applications and platforms, we felt it essential to change the name to reflect the offered services better. Therefore, from now on, Adobe PDF Tools API will now be called Adobe PDF Services API.
When you subscribe to Adobe PDF Services APIs, it gives you access to all the different services available for you to have all the tools you need:
Adobe Document Generation API
PDF Extract API
Create PDF (from Word Excel, PowerPoint, HTML, etc.)
Export PDF (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Image, etc.)
Insert, Replace, Reorder, Rotate, and Split Pages
For developers who are current developers using Adobe PDF Services SDKs, developers who need to upgrade their current implementations via the SDKs can read our migration guide.