Hello. I have an issue to ask you.
After I have initially installed either of the 2 popular Open Source office products called OpenOffice.org 3 or LibreOffice 3 into my Windows 7 Professional 64-bit operating system, and then I wanted to modify my installation files of both products [“Custom Setup” features]. When I attempted to re-run the setup files of each Open Source office product by modifying the “Custom Setup” features, and at the moment of installation process following a Windows 7 User Account verification; I was unable to complete the installation operations of both products from the Installation Wizard as Windows 7 messages appeared on my screen. Therefore I was unable to complete the modified the “Custom Setup” features. Please see my attached Windows 7 messages as screen image clippings for clarity with this issue for both Open Source office products.
I then decided to try to uninstall both Open Source office products and then re-install then again with the “Custom Setup” features I wanted; maybe this would work. However, again, through the same set of sets as I have outlined above, I get the same Installation Wizard's Windows 7 messages appearing on my screen. Therefore, I am stuck with both Open Source office products on my system, unable to uninstall if I wished to and even modify both.
Could you please help with me with this issue so I can:
1. “modify” BOTH Open Source office products during a re-installation process on my Windows 7 Professional 64-bit system regarding “Custom Setup” features?
2. “uninstall” BOTH Open Source office products during the uninstall process on my Windows 7 Professional 64-bit system?
3. even using the custom install option “repair” for BOTH Open Source office products during a re-installation process on my Windows 7 Professional 64-bit system since I have to assume this same scenario as I have outlined above I am sure would happen too?
Please provide your own answers and solutons providing detailed steps with suggestions, hints, and tips; and/or the best possible well written, detailed and documented website links hopefully with images and demonstrations along with the instructions.
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