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Should I un-install OpenOffice install folder files.

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I've installOpenOffice. It opens/runs.
My laptop has a small drive, so may I un-install
the install folder? I could save the readme files,
but the other files take up space.

Please advise.
thanks,
jim
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Jim,

Yes you may delete the folder that is created when you extract the installer files (The installer.exe file you downloaded from OOo), but just to be clear, though, do not delete the files in Program Folders\OpenOffice.org.    

-Bear
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thank you.
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