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Outlook 2003 complete uninstall

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I need to completely uninstall outlook 2003 including settings, mail etc.  - everything gone!

I will then reinstall office 2003

I tried uninstalling office pro 2003 and reinstalling but still emails settings etc.

I'm running windows 7
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by:Timothy McCartney
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Use a free program called Revo Uninstaller, it searches for leftover files and completely removes them.

http://www.revouninstaller.com/
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I would recommend using the default scan settings (moderate) first. If files are STILL leftover, then resort to the advanced search.
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