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I am attempting to uninstall Microsoft Office 97, Professional Edition. I am using Windows XP. When I land and click on the Change/Remove button in the Add or Remove Programs Section, I am told that "The Setup configuration file "C:\PROGRA-1MI1933-1\OFFICE\SETUP\Off97Pro.STF' is missing or corrupted. Try running Setup again form where you originally ran it." I don't know what that means, nor do I know how (or where) to run "Setup again." Help! Ted

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Run set up again means re-install the programme. Whether from a disk or USB drive or even a downloaded executable.

If you don't have a disk, you may be able to download the programme for the MS website, run to install then un-intstall.

However, there is an excellent programme called Ccleaner, download for free from Filehippo.com
does loads of good things but also has an un-intsaller in the tools menu.

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