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Windows 7: Removing Office 2016 32 bit completely

06 Jun 2019   #11
GusFG

Windows 7 Pro x64
 
 

I'm bumping this up as still no resolution. Even though MS Office 2016 32-bit was uninstalled in favour of the 64-bit version we are still seeing renewed attempts by the OS to install numerous Office 32 bit updates repeatedly. It's quite frustrating as these updates never install since 32 bit office does not exist on the computers but on every shutdown it attempts to update a non existent 32 bit office!!


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