How do you uninstall Microsoft Word 2002 from Windows XP?
insert the installer disk on the cd-rom or just dowload in the internet...
Windows Vista is not a version of Microsoft Word.
Word is a word processor, while Windows is an operating system.
Microsoft Word is better to me.
Windows 8 is an operating system and Microsoft Word is an application. It is not part of Windows 8. If you want Microsoft Word on a computer with Windows 8, then you have to buy it separately, as it does not come automatically with it.
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It is made by Microsoft. It is a Word processor. There is a version that runs on Windows. Microsoft Word is the actual name of the application, and there are also versions that run on non-Windows computers.
No. Windows XP is an operating system. Microsoft Word is a word processor.
No. Microsoft Word is not part of any version of Windows; it is a separate product.
No, Microsoft Word is a word processing application, while Windows 7 is an operating system.
its microsoft word
No. Microsoft Windows 2000 Pro and Windows Office are separate products.
Microsoft Word does not typically come included in Windows XP; it must be purchased separately.
Microsoft is not a windows application. Microsoft is the name of the company that creates many well known Windows applications. These include Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Powerpoint and Microsoft Access, amongst many others.
Microsoft Word is a word processor. A Microsoft operating system is called Windows.
For Windows XP. If it is a program that has been installed then you can uninstall it by clicking on your start button, then on your control panel button, then on the "add or remove programs" icon, then find the program you want to uninstall and click on the word "uninstall".
Try going to Fry's or somewhere like that and ask if they have Microsoft word 2002
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Windows 7 is an operating system. Applications like Microsoft Word are not part of the operating system, so they always come separately. So having Windows 7 on a computer does not mean it will have Microsoft Word. You have would have to specifically order it if you want it on a Windows 7 machine.
When you purchase Windows XP, it does not come with Microsoft Excel. You will have to purchase the Microsoft Suite, that comes with Word and Excel.
how can microsoft office word window operation and the autocard window operation be compare?
Microsoft Office Vista.
Yes. Microsoft make Word for Mac or if you have a Mac with an Intel processor (any of the latest ones) you can install Windows and run the Windows version of Word.
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Microsoft Windows XP is the operating system - Microsoft Office is a suite of programs incorporating spreadsheet, word-processing and database functions.
Microsoft office are a series of programs like word, excel, and PowerPoint. Microsoft windows is a brand of operating systems including windows 95, 98, 2000, xp, vista, and 7
It is an application, not a part of the operating system. Microsoft Word does not come automatically with any operating system. It has to be bought separately. It will run on Windows 7, but it is not a part of Windows 7. So it does not come with Windows 7.
You don't have but you might have conflicts between those two packages. Usually Office asks to uninstall previously intalled version by itself. If it doesn't it's ok two have two offices. But you have to keep in mind what was told above.
Windows 10 is the operating system. To add Word to your computer, you need to purchase the Microsoft Office package. This can be found from electronic shops or on the Microsoft website.
Most Windows computers can run Microsoft Word as long as you have a compatible version. All modern Windows computers are able to run it. All Mac computers can run Microsoft Word as long as you have the Mac version of Office installed or you have the free Libre Office installed.
No. Windows is an operating system. Word and Outlook are applications. They run on Windows but they are not part of it. They are part of Microsoft Office.
It comes with Microsoft Works Word Processor, but Microsoft Office will run you 100 bucks at least.
give the function of the part of microsoft word window
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There is no such thing as a "Windows XP Word file." You open the files in Vista the exact same way you do in Windows XP - with Microsoft Word.
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If I understand your question correctly, you're asking whether Microsoft Word is a piece of software included in the system. The answer is no. Microsoft Word is part of the Microsoft Office suite, which is an add-on program to Windows. Word is not associated with the system files of Windows and can safely be removed without damaging the operating system. Hope this helps!
You have to buy it. It does not automatically come with it.
Windows, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc...
No not unless the OEM company you buy the computer from has it as a package deal. But no there is no retail version of Windows Vista that comes with MS EXCEL or WORD.
The list of the latest application software is Windows Microsoft Word, Windows Microsoft Excel, Dubail Word and Engineering Applications Dual Processor, and Photoshop Pro.
No, Microsoft Word is part of Microsoft Office, which comes as a separate product from Windows 7 Professional. You need to purchase Office separately if you need Word. The latest version is Office 2013.
Microsoft provides a bonanza of software. Their famous Microsoft Office Suite includes software such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and more. Microsoft provides Internet Explorer and several security software including Microsoft Security Essentials and Windows Servie Pack Center. Microsoft operating systems include multiple versions of Windows XP, Windows 7, and Windows 8.
They both share Microsoft office and all the tools in Microsoft office (word, excel, PowerPoint etc).
Office 2003 works under windows, the 2008 under mac.
The programs included with Microsoft Office Live are Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Powerpoint. The minimum system requirement for Windows to run these programs is Windows XP and for Mac it is Mac OS X 10.2.
Yes, there is.
No. Word is part of the Microsoft Office productivity suite. Windows 7 is an operating system. 2 different things that are not related. You can, of course, buy a computer that comes with both office and Windows 7, but because a computer has Windows 7 installed does not mean that it has Word installed.
Microsoft Windows is built in your computer and includes Wordpad, which is a very basic word processor. Microsoft Office, which includes Microsoft Word must be bought separately, so it is not free.
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in Microsoft word, there is no such thing, altough i am not sure if there is one in windows 7