Need to uninstall some apps from Office 2019

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  1. Posts : 322
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    Need to uninstall some apps from Office 2019


    Hey,

    I have downloaded Office 2019 RTM iso file and when I open the setup it install all instead of showing selection. My use is only Excel and Word and I want to uninstall rest of all but I cant find any option for that on CCleaner!

    Regards.
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  2. alphanumeric's Avatar
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    Good luck with that. I've never found a way to do that. With Office 2016 and 2019 it appears to be all or nothing. There may be a file you can delete from the install media, an auto answer file etc. I have yet to figure out where or what it is.
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  3. Posts : 322
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    alphanumeric said:
    Good luck with that. I've never found a way to do that. With Office 2016 and 2019 it appears to be all or nothing. There may be a file you can delete from the install media, an auto answer file etc. I have yet to figure out where or what it is.
    If you find any solution than post here aswell!
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  4. D4ni3l's Avatar
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    Download Office Deployment Tool from Official Microsoft Download Center

    Overview of the Office Deployment Tool | Microsoft Docs

    With ODT (Office Deployment Tool), you can select which apps you want at installation time via configuration.xml file
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  5. lx07's Avatar
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    There is no point uninstalling Office apps you don't use. Even if you have Home and Student you will still get updates for Access and Outlook.

    It has always acted like this.

    You can install as single apps (even with C2R which is compulsary with 2019) but you'll save no disk space or downloads.
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  6. Posts : 322
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    Thread Starter
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    D4ni3l said:
    Download Office Deployment Tool from Official Microsoft Download Center

    Overview of the Office Deployment Tool | Microsoft Docs

    With ODT (Office Deployment Tool), you can select which apps you want at installation time via configuration.xml file
    Didnt worked!
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  7. Posts : 1,718
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    alphanumeric said:
    Good luck with that. I've never found a way to do that. With Office 2016 and 2019 it appears to be all or nothing. There may be a file you can delete from the install media
    You can't do that from the Control Panel/Programs & Features ? I see this when use CP, although I haven't changed original setup of just the features that I use. Just use 'Not Available' option to remove what you want uninstalled, in this example, Excel. Don't know if setup is the same in 2019 but I didn't think the changes were major enough to make upgrade worthwhile.
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  8. pparks1's Avatar
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    jk22 said:
    Hey,

    I have downloaded Office 2019 RTM iso file and when I open the setup it install all instead of showing selection. My use is only Excel and Word and I want to uninstall rest of all but I cant find any option for that on CCleaner!

    Regards.
    What version of Office did you buy?
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  9. alphanumeric's Avatar
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    mrgeek said:
    You can't do that from the Control Panel/Programs & Features ? I see this when use CP, although I haven't changed original setup of just the features that I use. Just use 'Not Available' option to remove what you want uninstalled, in this example, Excel. Don't know if setup is the same in 2019 but I didn't think the changes were major enough to make upgrade worthwhile.
    Need to uninstall some apps from Office 2019-screenshot_3.jpg Need to uninstall some apps from Office 2019-screenshot_1.jpgNeed to uninstall some apps from Office 2019-screenshot_2.jpg
    If I go to control panel, programs and features, and select the "change" option for Office 2016 Professional Plus, all I get a "How would you like to repair your Office programs?" with quick repair and online repair options. Had to edit my post, this PC is running Office 2016 not 2019. Installed 2019 on my other PC.

    EDIT: no 2. I get the same repair office window in Office 2019 Professional Plus.

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  10. Posts : 322
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
    Thread Starter
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    mrgeek said:
    You can't do that from the Control Panel/Programs & Features ? I see this when use CP, although I haven't changed original setup of just the features that I use. Just use 'Not Available' option to remove what you want uninstalled, in this example, Excel. Don't know if setup is the same in 2019 but I didn't think the changes were major enough to make upgrade worthwhile.
    Need to uninstall some apps from Office 2019-screenshot_3.jpg Need to uninstall some apps from Office 2019-screenshot_1.jpgNeed to uninstall some apps from Office 2019-screenshot_2.jpg
    On quick repair I do get this:

    Need to uninstall some apps from Office 2019-2018-10-27_220613.png
    pparks1 said:
    What version of Office did you buy?
    Where did I stated that I purchased ?
    alphanumeric said:
    If I go to control panel, programs and features, and select the "change" option for Office 2016 Professional Plus, all I get a "How would you like to repair your Office programs?" with quick repair and online repair options. Had to edit my post, this PC is running Office 2016 not 2019. Installed 2019 on my other PC.

    EDIT: no 2. I get the same repair office window in Office 2019 Professional Plus.

    We are on same page!
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