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Basically what the title says, can i delete it when 2011 is installed?

asked Dec 30 '10 at 12:34

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Yes you can. Open up the Office 2008 folder in your applications folder and go to additional tools. You will then see a folder saying remove office. In there is the uninstaller.

Applications> Microsoft Office 2008> Additional Tools> Remove Office> Remove Office.app

answered Dec 30 '10 at 13:06

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I don't own a Mac but I'd assume that 2011 would replace the older version when installed.

answered Dec 30 '10 at 12:36

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well, you see, like, i can still open up all of word 2008 stuff, so idk what it wuld do if i deleted it

(Dec 30 '10 at 12:50) rat443 rat443's gravatar image

Yes, you can. If I were you though, I would keep it. If someone has 2008 and you only have 2011, won't it not open? I'm not that familiar with how it works, but I know for a fact you can delete your previous version and 2011 will work fine.

answered Dec 30 '10 at 14:09

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Oy, no disrespect to the answers above, but I wouldn't trust the "...I'm not familiar with how it works, but here's what I'd do anyway..." Basically they're talking out their a**.

I've answered this question, and others, in this blog posting:

http://www.401consulting.com/2012/05/upgrading-to-office-2011-for-mac/

Enjoy!

Eric Robichaud, CEO 401 Consulting http://www.401consulting.com/

answered May 29 '12 at 23:37

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Based on my knowledge from trying to run both office 2007 and 2010 on windows, It probably replaces it once installed

answered May 30 '12 at 00:40

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