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How do I delete .dll files as part of deleting an entire Microsoft Office folder within the Program Files folder on the C: drive?

Posted on 2007-11-14
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I am trying to delete an old Microsoft Office folder that contains 2003 information and use just my Office 2007 program.  But upon trying to delete the folder (located in C:program files/microsoft office) I get the error message of not being able to access multiple .dll files (i.e. MSOHEVI.dll, MAPIR.dll)  Any suggestions anyone?
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Either reboot into safe mode and delete them, or use a program for deleting pesky files like that...Try:

http://www.snapfiles.com/get/removereboot.html
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