Microsoft Office 2007 customize installation

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I have Office ’07 Pro Plus but I only want to install Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. How do I exclude the others?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #110695

Microsoft Office 2007 customize installation

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Hi Debra,

During the installation you have many options where you can choose to install your Microsoft Office individually. Typically, when you first install office 2007 it install automatically if you just click always "yes" on the process I'm sure you install the whole feature of the office including Word, Excel and Outlook etc.

If you have existing office program in your PC. try to remove unnecessary features by following this steps:

1. Click Start.

2. Control Panel.

3. Add and Remove Programs.

4. Select the program you want to remove features and click continue.

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Ken

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Microsoft Office 2007 customize installation

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Hello Debra Venhaus,
 
To install only Excel, Word Outlook and PowerPoint in ms office 2007 pro, you will have to customize the installation. Use the following procedure:
 
Just obtain you disk that has Microsoft Office 2007 and insert it into the optical drive of your computer to begin the installation.
 
Hoping you have the product key, enter it in the appropriate field and click "Continue" and then accept the agreement and again press "Continue."
 
In next window, look for "Customize" and click on it, and then select the tab "Installation Options" so that a list of programs included in the Microsoft Office package will be displayed.
 
And thereafter you will be required to right-click on each program in the list except Microsoft Word, outlook, Excel and PowerPoint. Done that, you will then select the option "X Not Available" from the menu which will omit them from the installation.
 
You will then click the "Install Now" button and then continue with the setup till it finishes.
 
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Regards,
Clair Charles

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