Adobe X Standard - exporting

Does Adobe X convert PDF files to fully editable Microsoft Word or Excel files, or copy and paste selected parts. The comparision chart says X ONLY supports a portion of the capability

per the comparision chart between the two.  X shows an empty circle which denotes the software supports a portion of the capability where as XI shows a filled in circle indicating full capability.  I'm looking into purchasing several licenses and my concern is what are those limitations in X?  What exactly would I not be able to do with X that I could do with XI as it relates to exporting and editing in another file format like excel?
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