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While in Windows 7, you can delete the Windows 8 partition to remove Windows 8 since Windows 7 was installed first. The tutorial below can help show more on this. Afterwards, you could extend Windows 7 back into the deleted "unallocated" partition.
Dual Boot Windows 7 and Windows 8 - Delete Windows 8 Developer Preview - Windows 8 Forums
Hope this helps,
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