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    Hi Geoff,

    You cannot move files in Home > Recent. Please switch to Files > Locations to move files.

    1. Tap “Files” at the bottom tab bar.
    2. Select a location (e.g. “On This iPad/iPhone”, “Document Cloud”).
    3. Tap “…”.
    4. Tap “Move” from the menu that pops up.
    5. Select a destination folder.
    6. Tap Move.

    Hope this helps.

    Anonymous commented  · 

    The best way to accomplish this in iOS is to get out of Adobe by going to print when you are finished with your document, when the preview window pops up I pinch to zoom on the preview and it opens in its own window as a flattened copy. I then click in the box in the top right corner to open share/send options and send it to either GeniusScan or ScannerPro. Great way to escape the decaying capabilities of Adobe Acrobat

    Anonymous commented  · 

    If you choose a document that Adobe placed on Document Cloud by default and follow the directions MobileDeveloperCK suggested above, it doesn’t work to move the file onto iPad/iPhone. There is no option. The only options are folders on “Adobe Cloud” and “Adobe Scan” or “Cancel”. There needs to be a back arrow to choose other locations such as “On This iPad/iPhone”.

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