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Sunday, August 8, 2010

How to Remove Microsoft Office Home & Student

There will be times when you need to remove programs, like Microsoft Office Home and Student, from your computer, either because you don't need it anymore or because you want to reinstall it. The Windows operating system contains a feature that removes programs from your computer for you. If the automatic removal feature does not work, Microsoft has a lengthy process that you can try, listed in the Resources section below.

Windows XP or Windows Server 2003

Step 1

Click on the Start button and then click "Run."

Step 2

Type "control appwiz.cpl" into the box and press "Enter." A list of all the program on your computer will appear.

Step 3

Click on Microsoft Office Home and Student. Some information about the program will appear, along with a button. Click on the "Remove" button to remove the program from your machine. A box will appear asking you to confirm the removal, just click "Yes" or "Next."

Windows Vista and Windows 7

Step 1

Click on the Start button and type "programs and features" into the search box. Press enter to start the search.

Step 2

Click on "Programs and Feature" listed under the "Programs" header on the list of items that populated. A window will pop up showing a list of all the programs that are installed on your computer.

Step 3

Find "Microsoft Office Home and Student" and right click on it. Choose "Uninstall/Change" from the drop down list. You will have to confirm that you want to uninstall the program, so just click "Yes" or "Next" when prompted. Microsoft Office Home and Student has now been removed from your system


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