Choose the option to Add or customize features in the User Interface dialog box. Then, in the Adobe PDF Conversion box, choose an Adobe PDF preset with different levels to use in Converting your documents or PDF to edit them on your computer. After you select a preset, click the Choose button and enter the number of pages for conversion. After you click the Finish button, the settings are applied. Conversion of PDF files to Microsoft Word or PowerPoint You must have a PDF Converter running on your computer to use this. However, Acrobat offers you a way to do this from Windows 8. For example, if you have the Acrobat Reader 9.3 Professional edition running on your computer (Windows 7/8/10) and you have a program that extracts PDF files (for example, Acrobat Reader), then it can provide you with an option to start the PDF Converter from the program, or to open the Converter in the same way. Once you have a PDF Converter running on your computer, if you prefer to do Acrobat PDF conversion from Windows 8 with that program, you can, as follows: Create a shortcut to an Acrobat application on your home desktop and run it. Run the following (on Windows 10): Open this folder: “C:\Users\courser\Appear\Roaming\Adobe\Adobe Reader\x64” If you have a version of Acrobat 8.0, 9.2, or 9.3 Pro installed on your computer, copy it to the X64 folder (not the Program Files folder) of your computer. Open the Control Panel. Click on File and programs. Click on Add, and then select Acrobat 11.3. If you have a version of Acrobat 8.0, 9.2, or 9.