If you are a Microsoft Word and PowerPoint user (who is not …), you should know that Adobe announced today the integration of Creative Cloud Libraries in these two apps dedicated to office automation and other needs.
An entire advertisement with which those creatives who use this Adobe tool can have a shortcut of it in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. We have seen something similar with Dropbox and that icon that allows us to share the content directly to one of the best solutions in the cloud.
Now is the time for all belonging to a company or organization can quickly access to the content they need for Word documents and PowerPoint presentations. The goal is to minimize efforts and optimize those workflows by enabling collaboration between teams.
Adobe has published a video showing how this integration works between Creative Cloud Libraries and those two Microsoft apps for office documents and those presentations that are very useful for all types of companies, freelancers, companies and users. We have mentioned the Dropbox integration so that you can better understand how it works, but we encourage you to watch the video of just over 1 minute and 30 seconds in which you can see how it works perfectly.
Integrated tools that will come in handy for those who have to follow the design lines or language of a particular brand. For now we will have to wait until it is deployed. At that time you will be able to access that function with which you will be able to carry the creative elements that designs with Adobe, such as logos, apps, and other content to those Word documents or PowerPoint presentations.
A Adobe working hand in hand with Microsoft to bring us soon his great Adobe Fresco, a drawing app to compete against ProCreate.