Adobe Acrobat Pro vs. This DC "Document Cloud" version features a new interface, cloud storage support, and other new features. PDFs can be used at your nonprofit in a variety of ways, from making flyers downloadable to any OS or device to collecting and tracking legally binding signatures. They both integrate with popular document creation applications, like Microsoft Word. This means you can export or save a document as a PDF directly from Microsoft Word, and you can collect and track e-signatures from anyone — regardless of whether or not they have an Adobe membership. You can send and track PDFs and confirm whether they have been delivered. This feature can be extremely helpful when you need time-sensitive approvals from board members who are located elsewhere or are traveling. It's also a great way to keep track of whether or not volunteers have received all the information they need for an upcoming event. And it better integrates with Microsoft Office This function is a great timesaver when it comes to creating materials like infographics or charts and graphs to accompany an email that you send to your community members. However, Acrobat Pro DC lets you edit scanned documents, add text in the document's original font, and compare two versions of a single PDF. For one thing, the DC version allows you to simply share a link to a document that needs to be signed. This allows the entire process to happen securely in the cloud. Acrobat Pro DC also allows you to turn any paper Word document into a fillable form. This is a great tool for organizations that need to collect large amounts of information from event participants, volunteers, and more. Also, the Adobe Sign app, available through the Adobe Document Cloud, lets you use your mobile device to sign documents from anywhere, anytime. At-a-Glance Feature Comparison.