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Nothing yet. it"brand new...i just don't use MS Office. Need to make room for other stuff.
Hi Art - I'll assume you're using a Windows-based PC so you have to go to Control Panel / Programs and Features. Once it populates with the programs that have been installed on your system, simply locate the desired program(s), right-click with your mouse and select Uninstall.
Good luck in this -
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Then do a search for 'all files and folders' - search for both Acrobat 6.0 and then Acrobat 7.0, with the options "Search system folders", "Search hidden files and folders" and "Search subfolders" checked. Delete all of those related files found.
You should do this search and delete whenever you uninstall any programs. It will remove lots and lots of leftover junk files and corrupted files taking up room on your hard drive. It will also give you a "clean install" when you reinstall or install an updated program. (Do this ESPECIALLY when updating to a NEW anti-virus programs and “Internet Security Suite” programs such as McAfee or Norton etc.)
Download and install "Registry Mechanic" then do the updates prior to running it and removing anything for the first time. This will get rid of all your current Registry errors, prior to installing or reinstalling.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
Make sure that the ser's temporary folder is completely empty or close all the applications and empty the temporary folder.
Usually this temp files cause the shut down of the office program.
Then, run the office repair tool.
This will resolve the issue.
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Posted on May 10, 2008
SOURCE: autocorrect file (MSO2057.acl)
I would try a few things before reinstalling although reinstalling really is not such a difficult process. first try the detect and repair command or simply renaming the file as a RTF and seeing if you can close and reopen it under the rich text format. if so, then On the security tab, under "Group or user names", Administrators, SYSTEM and your Name (an administrator) are listed. The permissions for all of these names are; Full Control, Modify, Read & Execute, Read and Write
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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