One of the most common complaints about Microsoft Office setups is that it can be very difficult to uninstall application from the Setup window. This is one of the reasons why there are so many users of Microsoft Office waiting for a program like Microsoft Office Fix to become available. That program, Microsoft Office Fix, is supposed to help users of Microsoft Office setup by allowing them to easily uninstall applications without having to restart the whole Microsoft Word installation process. Unfortunately, Microsoft Office Setup doesn’t have an uninstall function built in to the program itself, making it all the more important for users to find and download the Microsoft Office Setup uninstaller. Fortunately, finding the uninstall utility for Microsoft Office setup isn’t all that difficult – the program itself is very easy to find on the Internet and is included in the Microsoft Windows program CD that you install after you download Microsoft Office. Resource – office.com/setup
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Of course, it’s not always a good idea to install Microsoft Word automatically with every installation. If there is a need to change or customize some settings or values in the Microsoft Word application, it’s much better to do so during the normal installation process or a subsequent manual installation of the Microsoft Word application. But if you’re just installing Microsoft Word as a “standard” version and later want to switch to a different version of Microsoft Word, it’s typically not necessary to restart the installation process, as the typical install will uninstall the older version and leave the newer, customized version intact. To do this, first uninstall the Microsoft Word setup application through the standard Windows setup options, then follow the directions on the web for downloading and subsequently installing the specific Microsoft Word version you want. (The instructions to downloading and installing the latest version of Microsoft Office are usually listed on the Microsoft website.)
Now that you’ve uninstalled the Microsoft Word setup app, you’ll need to download and install the Microsoft Word application again. You can either do this with the regular Microsoft Windows setup, which means clicking the “Start” button at the bottom left-hand corner of the screen, or through the shortcut icon which appears when you double-click on your computer’s desktop. (You may need to right-click the app to reveal the options for its installation and removal.) Once installed, and assuming you have the latest version of Word installed, you can continue with the usual document creation and printing procedures.