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Error report says,Microsoft Office has stopped working properly. This product entered its Extended Support phase 1- July-04. Consider upgrading to the latest version of microsoft office to receive full report.

My question is; how do I just delete Microsoft Office completley? I no longer need it. Hope someone can help me!

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Hello rtpresident: :D

Normally there should not be any problem to uninstall Microsoft Office through Control Panel. Please give us a little bit more detail and someone will assist

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  • Are you logged in with administrative privileges when uninstalling?

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I have office 2000. I don't know what you mean by what is my operator system? Give me an example. Also I don't know if I am the administrator? How van I find out? Keep in mind I am not real good at the computer, I am a old person that is trying to find out problems.

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Hi rtpresident:

You may find Microsoft Answers helpful

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