As per the description above, it asking you to subscribe to Acrobat Pro DC, and you are have already subscribed to Adobe PDFPack services, is that correct?
The record shows that you are subscribed to Adobe PDFPack services, with it you can:
but you cannot edit any PDF file, to edit a PDF file, you need to subscribe to Acrobat Pro subscription, see Adobe Acrobat Pro DC: PDF converter, convert PDFs from anywhere.
If you have a requirement of Editing PDF files, you can subscribe to Acrobat.
Feel free to update this discussion for any further assistance.
I don’t want to edit my pdf’s. I just want to be able to save or to print a Word-file as pdf, straight from my Word program. (Like it used to always do with my previous computer)
Isn’t that possible with my subscription?
Acrobat reader (the simple version: to save and read PDF) used to be for free, what happened? Also what good is my expensive subscription for Adobe PDFPack<https://forums.adobe.com/external-link.jspa?url=https%3A%2F%2Fhelpx.adobe.com%2Fdocument-cloud%2Fhelp%2Fusing-pdfpack.html> if I can’t even save a word-file as PDF. Sounds almost like a rip-off.
With Adobe Reader, you can save PDF forms, but not other PDF files. To save any Word file as PDF, you need Acrobat subscription, with AdobePDFPack, you won't be able to save any Word file as PDF.
Adobe Reader is still a freeware software which is used to View, Print, annotate PDF files. But with Adobe Reader, you cannot edit any PDF file, if you try to edit any PDF file, it will ask you to subscribe for Acrobat subscription.