Uninstall Microsoft Office 2007 Suite By Complete Registry Removal

Tool For Uninstalling Microsoft Office 2007 Suite By Complete Registry Removal

Many times you might have faced a problem while uninstalling Microsoft Office 2007 Suite from your PC using Uninstall Program or Add & Remove Program options from the Control Panel. Windows shows error messages saying setup has failed and it is in a process of rolling back changes. There might be various different reasons behind this un-installation issue.

The reasons may include invalid or corrupt components, leftovers from trial or pre-release version of MS Office 2007, invalid or illogical registry values left after an attempt of hacking MS office 2007 full version or installation of various editions of MS Office numerous times.

If your attempt of automatically uninstalling MS Office 2007 Suite fails due to any of the above mentioned reasons, you might try uninstalling MS Office 2007 manually. However, the procedure of manually uninstalling MS Office 2007 is quite lengthy and time consuming.


If you want to quickly delete all the registry values, keys and entries related to MS Office 2007, you may use “Microsoft Office 2007 Registry Complete Removal Tool”. This tool deletes or removes all the MS Office 2007 related registry values, keys and entries from your system registry and restores it to the original state (the state before MS Office was installed).

You may also use this tool as an additional utility for completing the un-installation procedure of MS Office 2007 Suite, before you delete the installation folders and files of MS Office 2007.

You need to note that this tool deletes numerous registry keys which might affect your system stability if you do not reinstall MS Office 2007. Therefore, you have to use this tool only if you want to reinstall MS Office 2007 as reinstallation is not possible until and unless Office 2007 is properly uninstalled from your system.

You may download this tool by downloading the file “Office2K7DelReg.zip” from Here.  Unzip the contents of the file to a folder. Run the file “Uninstall.exe” and click on the button “Uninstall” to uninstall MS Office 2007 Suite by complete registry removal. Before you start, remember to take a backup of your system registry by accessing the Registry Editor.

Download MS Office Compatibility Pack To Open, Edit, View And Save Office 2007 Files In Office 2000, XP And 2003

Download MS Office Compatibility Pack To Open, Edit, View And Save Office 2007 Files In Office 2000, XP And 2003

Since the time Microsoft released and started distributing 2007 MS Office System in the year 2007, a number of corporate as well as retail customers have upgraded and switched on from Office 2000, Office XP or Office 2003 to MS Office 2007.  MS Office 2007 offers a lot of new enhancements including a whole new GUI (Graphical User Interface) with tabbed toolbar which is entirely task-oriented.

Among the new features that are included in MS Office 2007 business productivity suite, the major difference is the usage of new XML formats as default file formats. Whenever you create Excel 2007 workbooks and spreadsheets, PowerPoint 2007 presentations and Word 2007 documents, they are saved by default using the file extensions such as .xlsx, .pptx and .docx respectively.

However, these new XML based extensions are not supported by older versions of MS Office (XP, 2000 and 2003). Therefore, you are unable to open, edit, view or save any Office 2007 files using the previous versions of MS Office. The best solution to this problem is to upgrade to MS Office 2007.

Once you upgrade to MS Office 2007, there will be no compatibility issues related to spreadsheets, documents and presentations created and saved in different versions of MS Office. MS Office 2007 comes with a backup compatibility support which contains Office files of almost all older versions of MS Office.

However, not all companies and all users are able to upgrade to MS Office 2007 due to the price consent. In such cases, users who use the older versions of MS Office such as Office XP (2002), Office 2003 and Office 2000 will be unable to open, edit, view or save the files which are created in MS Office 2007.

Nevertheless, to take care of this issue related to Excel, Word and PowerPoint 2007 XML file formats, Microsoft offers MS Office Compatibility Pack. This compatibility Pack eliminates all Compatibility issues related to MS Office files and allows you to exchange files and documents between various MS Office releases.

If you happen to run MS Office XP version (i.e. Excel XP, Word XP ,PowerPoint XP), MS Office 2003 version (i.e. Excel 2003, Word 2003, PowerPoint 2003), or MS Office 2000 version (i.e. Excel 2000, Word 2000, PowerPoint 2000), you need to simply download this Compatibility Pack (FileFormatConverters.exe) from Microsoft website and install the same on your system.

After doing so, you’ll be allowed to open, edit, view and save workbooks and spreadsheets, documents and presentations in XML format of MS Office 2007 using your existing MS Office version (i.e. XP (2002), 2000 or 2003). You do not need to upgrade to MS Office 2007 anymore.

If you wish to open, edit or view any excel, word or PowerPoint 2007 file in MS Office XP, 2000 and 2003, you need to just double-click on the workbook, document or presentation. You can save the files by clicking on the button “Save”.

 In order to create a file in 2007 XML format, you need to simply open a fresh blank workbook, document or presentation and save the file or documents by clicking on the button “Save”. While saving Excel and PowerPoint 2000 files, you need to right-click on the Excel or PowerPoint file and choose the “Save As” option.

Disable History List Of Recent Documents In Office 2007 Word, PowerPoint And Excel Applications

Most of us find it handy to have an extended Recent Documents history record in Office Excel, PowerPoint and Word 2007 as it offers a smart shortcut to check recently used spreadsheets, presentations and files. But sometimes Recent Documents history record can be a big problem for users who work with private or sensitive documents.

History list showing “Recent Documents” tends to expose the existence and trace of documents which are otherwise hidden. Users who do not wish to use the expanded Recent Documents aspect in Office 2007 can follow a simple method to disable history tracking on used files.

To ensure that MS Office 2007 applications do not keep a track of recently opened documents history or MRU list, you need to follow some easy steps mentioned below:

1. First of all, click on the office button on any of the MS Office 2007 applications. If you open Word Doc, then click on the “Word Options” tab, if you open Excel, then click on “Excel Options” tab, or if you open a PowerPoint file, click on “PowerPoint Options” tab.
2. Then choose the Advanced tab
3. Scroll down to view the display section
4. Now fix the count for “Show this number of Recent Documents” as 0 (Zero).
5. Click on the “OK” button
6. You will need to repeat the steps for all Office 2007 applications, which are PowerPoint, excel and Word.

By doing this you will notice that your “Recent Documents” list appears blank all the time.

Setting a registry value is possible to facilitate a policy that avoids display of MRU lists. Users need to take a note that this policy affects a majority of Microsoft programs including all Office versions along with its individual products.

Hence, by using registry value trick to turn off the policy, you can prevent display of most recently used documents history for all programs such as MRUs on open and save dialog boxes and the file menu.

1. You need to use “Run” from Start button and type “regedit
2. Then follow the path HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer

If you are unable to locate “Explorer”, you will need to create the entry in policies folder.

3. With the help of “NoRecentDocsHistory” key, create DWORD value and fix the value as 1

The “Recent Documents” record history will stop getting listed henceforth and you will find it blank at all times.

When I create a new document in Microsoft Word 2007, it puts a frame in the new document created. How do I remove this?

This is one of the new-bie questions normally asked by folks who are new to Microsoft word 2007. A lot of new changes have come in, including the format in which the file is saved. Getting back to the problem, the following might be a solution you are looking for :

1> Click in an affected paragraph.
2> Click the Home tab on the Ribbon.
3> Click the arrow in the lower right corner of the Styles section.
4> The style for your paragraph should have a bold box around it.
5> Hover the cursor over the style. A list box arrow should appear. Click it.
6> Select Modify from the list box.
7> Click the Format button and select Border.
8> Under Setting, click the None box.
9> Click OK.
10> If you want this to carry forward to other documents based on the template this one is based on, click the radio button for New Documents Based On This Template.
11> Select OK and you are good.

Once you’ve followed the above steps you should be good and all the paragraphs in the document with that particular style should auto arrange.

However, When you try to close your document, a security warning may pop up which might ask you if you want to save the changes done to the ‘Normal.dotx’ . This is a regular anti-virus alert intended to send a security alret that there has been some changes to the default .dotx. If you are sure that you have made changes to suit your requirement, then select OK and everything else will be just fine.