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Can't uninstall outlook 2003 completely

By newmarket2 ·
I've tried everything but whenever I try to reinstall outlook 2003 (under Windows 7), it doesn't start fresh - specifically, it's looking for file names in specific locations and can't find them. It should start me from scratch to set up out outlook as if it were a new machine.
I'm now at the point where I assume I'll have to go to the registry.
BUT, before I do that, I want to make sure I know the precise registry entries to eliminate so I don't get totally hosed and have to reload the whole machine.

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Try reposting as Q&A...

Plus, are you sure Office 2003 is compatible with Windows 7? Might be time
to update Office as well.
Try re-posting in the Q&A
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by newmarket2 In reply to Try reposting as Q&A...

Ooops. I'll do that. Didn't see it originally. Thanks.

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how to delete thread?

by newmarket2 In reply to Try reposting as Q&A...

so, I should delete this thread but how do I do that?

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