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Needed: Reinstalling Publisher for Dummies

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Frandon99, Nov 5, 2007.

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  1. Frandon99

    Frandon99 Thread Starter

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    I am having a problem with MS Publisher 2003. I don't seem to be getting any responses to my post about the problem so I thought I would uninstall and reinstall Publisher. If someone doesn't mind, can you give me a step by step idiot's guide to uninstalling publisher? I went to Start - Control Panel - Add/Remove - It populated but I could not find how to remove just Publisher. It seems I must remove all of MS Office Professional. SHould I do this? I will admit, it scares me to do this. I purchased the computer with it installed and I don't trust myself to be able to reinstall it right.

    Thanks:confused:
     
  2. cowplopmorris

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    In control panel, if you select the item, there may be an option to 'Change' instead of remove. This should bring up a wizard with three options. Choose the "Add or remove features" option >> Next >> Un-tick publisher >> Update.

    Then you can reinstall it in the same way.


    Edit:
    Don't do this if you don't have the disk, it may ask for it when you re-add publisher.
     
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