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You will be able to remove Office by using the Removal Tool in the Office Resource Kit with can be downloaded from http://download.microsoft.com/download/C/D/8/CD8FD60B-D53F-4E22-8202-BDB2D4D0898B/orktools.exe
To locate the tool, click the Start button, point to Programs, point to Microsoft Office Tools, point to Microsoft Office XP Resource Kit Tools, and then click Removal Wizard.
Once you start the wizard, click Next then you will be given 3 choices. I would choose whichever option best fits the situation you have, probably the second or third option would be your best bet. Then click Next and choose the programs you want removed. Then choose Next again to verify your choice. Choose Next once more for a final confirmation and then click Finish to start removal.
I chose the second option for the instructions above, if you choose the third option the screens may differ slightly.
I hope this helps. Please remember to rate this solution.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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