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vid
28th August 2005, 02:51 PM
I have a question on OFFICE, I have had my version "2004" for sometime now but I have NOT removed my "OFFICE X" yet, I initially didn't get rid of it because I had some problems with Powerpoint 2004 (missing images when opening one created in X version) I fixed all of these sometime ago now so I probably have no reason to keep version "X" on my computer.
Do I simply just "dump" the whole Office X folder or is there an "uninstall" I can't find that gets rid of more bits and pieces?

My hard drive is starting to get full so I want to clean out as much as I can.

Thanks, Vid

TAK
28th August 2005, 03:14 PM
Put in your Office X CD, go to Value Pack -> Remove Office and run "Remove Office".

That should take care of everything :).

-TAK

designers_hub
28th August 2005, 03:23 PM
office has a uninstallation file in the office folder, its in the additional tools section.
Applications > Office 2004 > Additional tools

vid
28th August 2005, 03:30 PM
Thanks TAK,
I did as suggested and it removed over 200 mb of stuff.

Regards Vid

vid
28th August 2005, 03:34 PM
Originally posted by designers_hub@Aug 28 2005, 03:53 PM
office has a uninstallation file in the office folder, its in the additional tools section.
Applications > Office 2004 > Additional tools
I just tried that AS WELL but it didn't remove any additional stuff, but thanks anyway, at least I know a bit more about my Office software now.

Thanks Again.