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How do i remove this component of Office 2013 from my win8 comp? All searches turn to zilch and phone issues....this is not a phone issue......I know how it works too....just want rid of it.......


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Hi ding dong :)

You can easily uninstall OneNote from the "Uninstall a program" control panel. In it, double-click on Office 2013 to uninstall it, then once you get to the menu, select "Add or Remove Features", then remove OneNote from the list and pursue with the uninstall. Office lets you install/uninstall components individually once you launch the Office uninstall procedure. That should do it.
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no, it doesnt give me that option...... its "change" or "uninstall"......no menu.......just says....."ready to uninstall".....


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Select "Change", the option should be under it :) I'll launch the uninstall procedure on my computer tonight if you want to make you some kind of small picture tutorial, but it'll be under "Change" then you might have to manually opt out the OneNote component.
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selected change and it comes up with "repair" options.....no component list....


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Alright. I'll be home in around three hours. I'll take screenshots then to show you. Or maybe that Microsoft tutorial will explain it better here:

https://support.offi...&rs=en-US&ad=US

Look under "Install or remove individual Office program components".
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no...the tutorial doesnt help either....


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Here's what I do. I right-click on Office 2013 Professional Plus in my "Uninstall a program" list then select Modify. From there, I click on Add or Remove Features.
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Then I get on this window.
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I click on the little drive icon by OneNote and select Not available
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Then I click on Continue to uninstall it. You have to do this for every component you want to uninstall.
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the only options i get by right clicking are "uninstall" or "change" and when I click change it comes up as I stated before with no options but x 2 "repair" options.....no component list....


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Is it possible for you to screenshot the menu that comes up and post the screenshot here because I don't know what menu you're talking about.

How to take a screenshot using the Snipping Tool
Follow the instructions below to take a screenshot using Windows' Snipping Tool:
  • Press on the Win Key + R to open the Run box;
  • Enter SnippingTool and press on Enter;
  • The Snipping Tool will open, asking you to choose the area to take in the screenshot;
  • Left click on the area where you want to start the screenshot, keep it, and drag the cursor across the screen;
  • Once done, release the left button to take the screenshot;
  • In the editing window, click on the File menu then Save As;
  • Save the screenshot in a folder that you can access easily;
  • Once done, attach that screenshot to your next reply;

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heres the screenshot after right clicking on Office 2013

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What do you get when selecting Quick Repair, and Online Repair?
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this for quick repair.....then it finished and told me so....

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Edited by ding dong, 27 January 2015 - 03:04 PM.

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Do you have Office 2013 Click-To-Run version installed? What's the full program name, Microsoft Office Home and Business ...?
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Microsoft Home & Business 2013 installed by disk....


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