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Uninstall Trial Version of Microsoft Office 2007

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I've recently bought a new Vista laptop and it came with this 60 day trial version of Microsoft Office installed on it. I've activated it and now it's over, but now I want to uninstall the program and get rid of Word, Powerpoint, Excel, etc. so I can install Open Office on my laptop.

The problem is that when I got to the Uninstall menu, they're are different files that all have the same Microsoft Office symbol. They are:
2007 Microsoft Office System
Buisness Contact Manager for Outlook 2007
Microsoft Office 2003 Web Components
Microsoft Office 2007 Primary Interlop Assembly
Microsoft Office Small Buisness Connectivity
Microsoft Office Suite Activation Assistance

So my question is this: What program do I have to unistall to get rid of Word, Powerpoint, Excel, and everything else that came on the new laptop?

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Neil Jones

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You don't need to uninstall Office to use OpenOffice.

But if you must and you see no entries for it, here's a tool that will get shot of it:
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