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How to uninstall PowerPoint (and other Office apps)

Normally, to uninstall Office components, you can either use Control Panel, Add/Remove programs or you can insert the Office CD and choose the option to uninstall when Setup starts.

If that doesn't work:

Download the Windows Installer cleanup utility for Office 97 through 2003

Install the cleanup utility.

After the install finishes, run it by choosing Start, Windows Install Cleanup

You'll see a window that lists the various MS programs currently installed on your computer. Choose the one you want to install then click "Remove"

When the uninstall finishes, the program you chose will no longer be listed in the installer cleanup window.

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How to uninstall PowerPoint (and other Office apps)
Last update 03 February, 2012