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From Kay Schenk <>
Subject Re: Uninstalling Open Office
Date Tue, 06 Nov 2012 22:53:25 GMT
On Fri, Oct 26, 2012 at 7:56 PM, Larry Gusaas <>wrote:

> On 2012-10-26 6:59 PM Dave Whitehouse wrote:
>> I wish to uninstall and then re-install Open Office.
>> The reason is I am unable to open the Open Office because I have a
>> drop-down box which tells me I need to 'restore windows of open office' and
>> rfe-reghister or something similar.
>> I cannot get rid of this drop-down and cannot open the application.
> See this thread on the OpenOffice community forum for the solution to your
> problem.
>  I am not very happy at the moment and the iMac (I use) has an application
>> called 'Pages' which is looking pretty good at the moment.
>> Please tell me how to uninstall open office. I do not have an 'uninstall'
>> icon anywhere.
> The same way you uninstall most programs on a Mac. Delete the app from
> your Applications folder.
> No need to though. Just follow the instructions on the link I posted above.
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> Larry I. Gusaas
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We seem to have a number of issues related to "un-installation" on all
platforms. We have a number of install docs on the wiki in the
Documentation area, but really nothing on "uninstalling". Maybe time to
create some uninstall docs for the various platforms we have?

Just a thought.


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