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Problems Installing Outlook 2007


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nothsur

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I had installed on my computer a trial version of Microsoft Office Outlook 2007. A few days before the trial was up I went online and purchased the full version of outlook 2007. When I went to convert to the full version it came up with the following error message....Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 encountered an error during setup. I then went to the help files in Outlook and it said the sometimes you have to delete the trial version and install the full version. I tried to delete the trail version through my add/dletebut it wouldn't do it so I used another program to delete it. The problem now is I am still getting the same message when I try to install the full version. I was looking through my registry and I see there is things still in there that have to do with Outlook 2007.
What would be my best option to remove Outlook 2007 completely from my computer/registry so I can install the full version?

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Download Revo and get rid of all remnants of Office, reboot, then try to install the full version again.
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I downloaded Revo and I think I have deleted everything but it seems to stop the install about halfway. could there still be something that I am missing in the removal?
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