Generate a MS Word report from PDF Form

Is there a way to generate a MS Word file output from the contents of a PDF form?
Background:
Back in the days when Acrobat Pro was packaged with LiveCycle Design for PDF form development, I created a very extensive document that walked the reader through a series of questions and then gathered the answers into a printable form.
Unfortunately, the new version of Acrobat no longer is integrated with LiveCycle and I need to make updates to the document. LiveCycle only works on Windows machines and since I am on a Mac, it seems that I am left with few options.
What would be the best possible solution is if after the reader entered all of the data in the PDF form, they could click a button and the document would generate a MS Word file with all of the variables and input fields arranged in a meaningful format.
Is there any way to accomplish this in the new Acrobat Pro?

Apparently you had LiveCycle Designer in the past.
Unfortunately, the format of the form field names used by LiveCycle are different than the format used by Acrobat.
You could try exporting the Forms Central form to the PDF format and you might be able to use the form to import the data.

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