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I wanna uninstall office xp and install Office 97.

When I'm removeing the office xp i'm havinging problem installing office 97 after it.

There is any 3 side program that can uninstall office xp completly ?
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by:jmiller47
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I think you mean Third-party software.

What is the error you are having installing Office 97?
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by:AvonWyss
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Chances are low that you will find such a program. The Office XP installer not only installs Office as such, but also updates some system components. I suppose that these may be incompatible, so that it is not really an uninstall issue.
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all the Office 97 programs open ok except the access - the massege that pops-up says something like - "U do not have a licence for access on this computer"
i know that a program like the one i am searching for exists for office 2000.
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by:jmiller47
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Then possibly you are not speaking of a third-party software, but an additional utility from Microsoft.

Although, with that specific error, I'm thinking that someone will pop in with a solution. I'm fairly familiar with that error myself. I will look into both a fix or utility. I fairly certain that one exists also.

Thanks
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by:RickHulshof
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I've had that problem before to - I ended up reformatting and reinstalling windows then the office - Not that that is the only solution - but it was faster for me since I had a clean drive image done with all the drivers.

Regards,

Rick
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The following article may address your problem:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q141373
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by:Ben_L
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you need to use an erase tool like we have on office 2000 and 97 you have a tool to earse the office xp
what you need to do after uninstalling the xp run the eraser
the eraser name is: msicuu.exe
you can find him on MS site...
if you have problem write me down your e-mail and i will send it to you.
good luck.
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