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What Adobe told you is true, Acrobat 9 (and X) is not supported on Windows 10. It came out years before Windows 10 was even on the horizon, so it's not surprising that there are problems. There is no way around that. You either have to upgrade Acrobat to at least Acrobat XI (and then use the latest updates for that version), or downgrade your operating system in order to run Acrobat 9. One option (and that is the one that I use to run previous versions of Acrobat) is to run an earlier version of Windows in a virtual machine on top of your current operating system. You can then use Acrobat 9 in a e.g. Windows 7 environment on your computer running Windows 10.
Thanks for your input, Karl!
I believe the tool for doing that in Acrobat 9 was called the Text TouchUp tool. It should be located under Tools - Advanced Editing.
Don't expect much of it, though. This function was pretty primitive in Acrobat 9. It is vastly improved in later versions, though.
Edit: Just noticed you're talking about Acrobat 9 Standard. It's possible this tool doesn't exist there at all, only in the Pro version...