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Windows 7: Completely uninstall office 2007

24 Aug 2010   #1
fonduekid

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 
Completely uninstall office 2007

Dear All,

I have had Office Ultimate 2007 until recently when I upgraded to Office Professional 2010 (after I went from Vista Ultimate to Windows 7 Ultimate).

During the office 2010 installation (or I don't remember exactly if I upgraded) I remember having the option to uninstall previous version' or something like that. I am not really sure.

In any case, the Office 2010 installation went on well and everything is working fine.

I am just wondering why I still keep seeing the Office 2007 entry (along with the language pack I'd got with that) still?

Should I go ahead and completely remove it using the add/remove program' feature?

Or should I just leave it at that if there are some files / folders, etc that are being used by Office 2010 as well?

And if I have to (or if I can safely) remove Office 2007, can someone please confirm the best way to do it? (of course, I have seen numerous posts and info on the web about how to uninstall office 2007, but I just didn't find anything specific to a situation where I am seeing both Office 2007 / Office 2010 together!).

Many thanks in advance.

Cheers


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24 Aug 2010   #2
fireberd

Windows 7/10 64 bit
 
 

Except for Outlook both can be installed and won't conflict. But if you are no longer using 2007, just uninstall it using the Windows uninstall a program and you should not have any problems. I had the trial version of 2010 installed with my Office 2003 and they did not conflict and nothing from 2003 was used in 2010, they were totally separate.
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24 Aug 2010   #3
fonduekid

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

Alright. Thank you very much
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