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Microsoft KB Archive/169736

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PPT97: How to Completely Remove Microsoft PowerPoint 97

Article ID: 169736

Article Last Modified on 11/9/2000



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft PowerPoint 97 Standard Edition



This article was previously published under Q169736

SUMMARY

When you run the Microsoft PowerPoint 97 Setup program in Maintenance mode, and you click the Remove All button, some Microsoft PowerPoint 97 files are not removed from your computer.

This behavior occurs because Setup does not remove any files that may be used by other applications.

This article lists which files and folders Microsoft PowerPoint 97 leaves on your hard disk after you remove the program from your computer.

MORE INFORMATION

In order to completely remove Microsoft PowerPoint 97 from your computer, manually remove the files and folders listed below. Before you begin, consider the following:

  • If you remove any files that are used by other applications, those applications may not work correctly.
  • Depending on the type of installation you performed when you ran Setup for Microsoft PowerPoint 97 (Typical, Custom, Run from CD-ROM), some of the files listed may not be on your hard drive.
  • Depending on your operating system, some of the files may be installed in your \Winnt\System32 folder instead of the \Windows\System folder.
  • In Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows NT version 4.0 you may need to perform the following steps in order to see all of the files listed:
    1. Open My Computer or start Windows Explorer.
    2. On the View menu, click Options.
    3. Click the View tab.
    4. Click Show All Files, and click to clear the "Hide MS-DOS file extensions for file types that are registered" check box. Click OK.

Following is a list of files and folders installed by Microsoft PowerPoint 97 that remain on your computer when you run Setup and click Remove All.

\Program Files
--------------
Microsoft Office <Dir>
Common Files <Dir>

\Program Files\Common Files
-----------------------------
Microsoft Shared <Dir>

\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared
--------------------------------------------
VBA <Dir>

\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\VBA
--------------------------------------------------
fm20.hlp          497,789          fm20.aw         197,717
fm20.cnt           19,691          
 
\Program Files\Microsoft Office
-------------------------------
Office <Dir>

\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office
--------------------------------------
custom.dic            20

\Win95
--------
mso97.acl          35,262          winit.ini         2,309
winsock.dll        42,368
    
\Win95\System
--------------
winsspi.dll*       20,080          regwiz.exe*     179,200
oleaut32.dll*     491,792          olepro32.dll*    32,528
inetcpl.cpl*      114,800          hlink.dll*       71,440
hlinkprx.dll*      12,288          urlmon.dll*     166,160
wininet.dll*      291,600          fm20.dll*     1,123,600
fm20enu.dll*       25,872          riched20.dll*   294,672
picstore.dll       12,288          pubdlg.dll       27,136
docobj.dll         22,016          msothunk.dll     11,776
misc2.srg             504          asycfilt.dll    119,056
commtb32.dll       57,344          pcdlib32.dll    212,480
                
  • Indicates previously installed files.


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