[DELETED] 20:55 11 Sep 2003

I have Microsoft Office Pro installed on my computer.

How can I uninstall Powerpoint?

I can't seem to find it as a separate program.

Thanks in advance

  leo49 20:57 11 Sep 2003

Go to Add/Remove Programs, click MS Office and you'll get the option to select/deselect component parts.


  [DELETED] 21:03 11 Sep 2003

Tried that, but it just gives the option to remove everything?
I can't seem to open office up to get at individual programs


  Bazzra 21:06 11 Sep 2003

I am no expert! But try this?

Control Panel

Add and remove programs

Find the program and double click

Then click on change

Find powerpoint.

You will have to put your CD in to do it.


  -pops- 21:06 11 Sep 2003

Is it causing you problems? If not it may be safest to leave it as it is.

  [DELETED] 21:10 11 Sep 2003

No problems, just never use and its on a drive that a bit short on space.

Tried double clicking, no joy.


  Bazzra 21:11 11 Sep 2003

Are you using XP?

  -pops- 21:15 11 Sep 2003

In previous versions of M$ Office, it was possible to make adjustments to installed components via the program disk. You could try inserting the Office disk and looking there.

  [DELETED] 21:16 11 Sep 2003

No windows 2000

  Bazzra 21:21 11 Sep 2003

It can be done the way I have said above in XP!!

It must be much the same in 2000

  [DELETED] 21:25 11 Sep 2003

Didn't try with the CD.

When you double click on change you get the setup option,
And add/remove programs is an option.
But as far as I can tell it only lets you choose what to install, not remove.

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