Adobe announced that its asset management system, Creative Cloud Libraries, now more easily accessible from applications Microsoft Office.
Creative Cloud Libraries allows you to have design resources available. You can collect and organize images, colors, text styles and other elements created in different Creative Cloud apps for desktops and mobile devices. Up can reuse and modify these resources in projects, devices, other Creative Cloud apps, all from the Creative Cloud Libraries panel.
Adobe explains that Creative Cloud Libraries are now accessible from Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint, simplifying access for users who need to create newsletters, presentations, brochures, etc.
Access to Creative Cloud Libraries possible from PowerPoint with a click on the Creative Cloud button in the toolbar at the top right.
From here it is possible to drag into the presentations logos and fonts corresponding to the text used for the latter. Even from Word access to Creative Cloud Libraries works the same way: by calling up the dedicated button from the menu bar.
Note that changes made to logos, fonts and colors will be automatically synchronized with the various apps that support Creative Cloud Libraries. Subscribers a Adobe Stock they will also be able to take advantage of the images in this library even in Microsoft Office applications.