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    I have Office 2003 Professional (which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher and Outlook), and I am planning to replace it with Office 2007 Home & Student, which does not include Access, Publisher and Outlook, which I do not use. Should I manually uninstall these three programs or Office 2003 entirely, before installing Office 2007, or will the upgrade procedure remove them automatically? I am using Windows Vista.

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    The installation procedure for Office 2007 should ask you whether Office 2003 should be removed.
    If you do it that way, Office 2007 will keep many of your settings.
    If you completely uninstall Office 2003 before installing Office 2007, you'll start with a blank slate. This might be preferable or not, depending on your situation. So it's up to you.

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    OK thanks.
    PS: I have now installed Office 2007. I selected the "Remove previous version" option, and Office 2007 then installed OK, but Office 2003 was not removed at all.

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