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Error Uninstalling Office 2007 Home and Student Trial


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jacobt

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I want to uninstall the trial for Microsoft Office 2007 Home and Student that came with my laptop as it is expired however I am unable to do so. When trying to do an uninstall via CONTROL PANEL|PROGRAMS AND FEATURES I get this error message: Setup Error - "Setup could not find any available products to install. Please contact your system administrator." I get this same message when trying to do an uninstallation or a repair using the original executable file that was on my hard drive as well. Has anybody else had this problem? Thanks.
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Hibachi

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I have a Office 2007 Professional, i can't uninstall it also, its says the file is corrupt and try running set up again, we almost have the same problem, i wish someone could assist us.
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Hi folks...

Uninstalling Office products without using Add or Remove Programs (Programs and Features in Vista) is a bit complicated, but it can be done. You'll find full instructions for both Vista and XP in this Microsoft Article under the heading "More Information"..

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Ive uninstalled my office using "Advance Uninstaller PRO" and then reinsatalled a Office Ultimate, that did the trick but im not sure if it wipe out all the files from the previous office, what do you think sir?
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