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Cant get rid of office 2007

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Starryblue2, Jul 11, 2007.

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  1. Starryblue2

    Starryblue2 Thread Starter

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    I had office standard 2007 installed and I hated. I have been trying to get rid of it but no matter what I do its still there. If you go to the office file in program files it only lists one folder (office 12) and 1 file in that folder (MSOHEVI.DLL) There is nothing else in the office folder. When i checked the registry entries there is nothing there for office. If you go to uninstall the prgram from the control panel it says "This product installation has been corrupted. Run setup again from the cd, dvd or other original source" If you search the office prgrams it will bring them all up and when you click on one it reinstalls that part of the prgram but if you try to use it it wont work correctly and still wont uninstall. I have tried to completely reinstall it and once the installation starts I get error message saying the installation files are corrupt. Is there ANYTHING I can do to get this program off my pc??
     
  2. hanau24

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    i am having same problem deleting Office 2007. WIll not delte, can not open, nor can I reinstall. When I try to reinstall get message: "this patch pkg could not be opened, verify that the patch pkg exists and that you can access it in or conatc applicatin vendor. I have tried to install from installation CD using "setup.exe" but also does not work.
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