[Moderator moved to Download & Install.]
I have suddenly started to have a problem converting PDF files to MS Word *.docx
On activating ‘convert’ I find myself directed to the subscription page. I already have a sub valid until November. (Files attached). Advice on how to correct this anomaly would be very welcome.
Edition Windows 11 Home Insider Preview Version 22H2
Installed on 15/07/2022 OS build 25158.1000
Experience Windows Feature Experience Pack 1000.25158.1000.0
Let me move this to the Account, Payment, & Plan forum for you, which is the appropriate forum for your question.
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Thanks for the info. I understand the reason for the aberrant function !