accidentally deleted REGEDIT EXCEL

I wanted to reset my Excel 2010 setting. I deleted the windows 7 registry following folder.

on Excel Run i typed REGEDIT

> Software > Microsoft> Office>14.0 > Excel

Deleted Folder Excel

by Excel setting was restored, however my installed COMM Add-ins   like powerpivot,  Fuzzymatch,
only PowerQuery stayed there.

now, the problem i have is, how to get those lost add-ins in the COMM Addin list?

I am a domain user in Window 7 enterprise edition, and i do not have admin rights, otherwise, i would have uninstalled and reinstalled powerpivot and fuzzymatch.

is there any other way. i can get my add-ins back?
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
You may be able to restore what you need by going back to a checkpoint. The method to do that is slightly different in each Windows OS but here are instructions for Windows 7.
Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
For two those add-ins which you just told, I'm afraid you need to re-install them from scratch and in order to do so you will need admin rights on the pc to install them.
FloraAuthor Commented:
i do not have admin right.

i am looking for a solution that can restore without admin right.
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Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
Unfortunately you can't.. Lock a ticket with IT they will do it for you
FloraAuthor Commented:
thank you guys
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