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Am 31.10.2010 22:53, schrieb Michel Gagnon:
Le 2010-10-31 17:28, Andy Brown a écrit :
Links were posted that explained how things work.  I understand how
and maybe even why, but that does not mean I agree with them.

In my book, it is called a bug.
The philosophy was explained and I read how non-removable extensions
should now be installed or removed, but the procedure doesn't work under
Windows 7. 

Same for Vista...

For instance, I am able to open the installer and modify my
installation to remove the Vietnamese dictionary; however I cannot
modify my installation to remove the PDF Import and Persenter Console.

They are not listed in the 'change' dialogue, there is a topic called
extensions (de: Erweiterungen) which got an X by default.
Set on true the installer 'copies new files' but the number of
extensions doesn't change and the next time you call setup it is set on
X again. What is it about?

And - how would anyone suggest to remove e.g. languagetool?

And there is no way I can remove the "Dictionnaire français moderne" to
replace it with the traditional one that I prefer 

Interesting..  I could remove the french dict via Windows...

So what is the solution?
- Either go back to the previous situation, where those extensions were
removeable from within Office. Locked extensions required someone with
administrative privileges and removing them required a restart ; others
did not.



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