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    Unlist OneNote from Office 2010 in W7

    An update of Office 2010 brought me Onenote which intrudes into my activities and which I cannot uninstall because it does not appear in the control panel list. I tried several of the solutions I found in Google but no joy.

    Would very much appreciate some useful suggestions.

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    I believe that you can rerun the Office install and both add/remove components that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyroder
    An update of Office 2010 brought me Onenote which intrudes into my activities and which I cannot uninstall because it does not appear in the control panel list. I tried several of the solutions I found in Google but no joy.
    1. Go to Start > Control Panel > Programs and Features.

    2. In the list of programs, select the version of Microsoft Office 2010 that you have then click on the Change button in the menu bar above:

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    3. In the next dialog that appears, make sure the Add or Remove Features option is selected then click on the Continue button:

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    4. In the list of Office components, select the small dropdown arrow to the left of the Microsoft OneNote entry, choose the Not Available option then click on the Continue button:

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    5. You'll see a Configuration Progress dialog as the changes are made.

    6. The final dialog will tell you that the configuration changes are complete. Just click on the Close button to dismiss the dialog. OneNote should now have been removed completely.

    Hope this helps...

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    thankyouthankyouthankyou... it done did it...

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