How to uninstall Access and Publisher from Microsoft Office installation?

If you recently purchased Microsoft Office suite, most probably you'll be prompted to install Access and Publisher. Some users may get confused with this request as they don't use Access or Publisher and don't want it installed on their office desktop. In such cases, the question that might pop-up is – "How to uninstall Access and Publisher from Microsoft Office installation?"

Uninstall Access and Publisher from Microsoft Office installation

To free up some space in your computer, all you have to do is uninstall applications like Access and Publisher from your Microsoft Office. A faster way to do this is to take advantage of free uninstaller tools:

•    Geek Uninstaller

Go to the View menu and select Windows Store Apps.

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Scroll through the Program list until you see Access and Publisher.

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Click on Access and Publisher, then right-click on them and choose Uninstall.

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Alternatively, you can go to the Action menu and select Uninstall.

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Ensure that everything in the "Some leftover traces found!" dialogue box is ticked, then select Finish.

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In the "All Traces Removed" dialogue box, select the Close option.

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•    Revo Uninstaller Freeware

Go to the Windows Apps menu.

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Select Access and Publisher from the Windows Apps list.

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Right-click on Access and Publisher, then select Uninstall.

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Click Scan in the "Performing the initial analysis and uninstall" dialogue box.

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In the "Found leftover Registry Items" dialogue box, click Select All to tick all items in the list. Then click the Delete button.

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Click Yes to proceed with the deletion process.

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After doing so, select Finish in the "Found leftover Registry Items" dialogue box.

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•    Piriform CCleaner Free

Go to the Tools menu, then select Uninstall.

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Select Access and Publisher in the "Programs to Remove" list.

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Then click Uninstall.

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Click OK to proceed with the installation process.

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•    IObit Uninstaller Free

Select the Windows Apps menu. Then click Windows Apps, which is above Third-party Apps.

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Tick Access and Publisher in the Windows Apps list.

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Then click the Uninstall button.

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Select Uninstall to proceed with the process.

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Click OK once the process is done.

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•    Ashampoo UnInstaller Free

Click on the Windows Apps menu and select All.

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Select Access and Publisher from the Windows app list.

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Then click Uninstall.

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Select Uninstall to proceed with the process.

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Click Close once the process is complete.

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•    Wise Program Uninstaller

Search for Access and Publisher in the list or type "Access" and "Publisher" in the search box.

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Click on Access and Publisher, then select Safe Uninstall or Forced Uninstall. Only use the Forced Uninstall if the other option doesn't work.

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Click Yes to confirm the uninstalling process.

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Tick everything in the "Registry entries and files associated with the program" list and click Remove.

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•    CleanMyPC

Go to the Multi Uninstaller menu, then select Start Using.

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Tick Access and Publisher in the Application list. Then click on the Uninstall button.

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In the "Multi Uninstaller" dialogue box, tick everything in the list and select Clean to proceed with the process.

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•    Windows X App Remover

Select Current User or Local Machine, then tick Access and Publisher from the list. If you can't see Access and Publisher from the list, click on the Refresh button until they appear.

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Click Yes in the confirmation dialogue box to proceed with the uninstalling process.

•    Bulk Crap Uninstaller

Go to the View menu and select View Windows Store Apps.

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Alternatively, you can type "Access" and "Publisher" in the search box.

Bulk 2

Select Access and Publisher from the list.

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Then click on "Uninstall" or "Uninstall quietly."

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When the process is complete, click Yes in the "Junk/Leftover removal" dialogue box.

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Tick everything listed in the "Leftover removal" dialogue box, then click "Delete selected."

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•    Should I Remove It?

Go to the Status menu.

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Then look for Access and Publisher in the list of programs. If you can't see them in the list, click on Refresh.

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Click the Uninstall links for Access and Publisher.

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Click Yes in the confirmation dialogue box to start the uninstalling process.

Summary: How to uninstall Access and Publisher from Microsoft Office installation?

  • Microsoft Office setup is a complete package that includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Publisher. A user can install all the programs or only one of them as per his or her requirements. This blog contains information about how to uninstall Access and Publisher from Microsoft Office installation.
  • Uninstall Microsoft Access
  • To uninstall Microsoft Access click on the Start icon, choose Control Panel. Click Programs and Features and double click on Microsoft Office (version). Select Change and then choose Add or Remove Features. Select Choose another app to reinstall or use the disc to install another copy of it. Select Continue and then an option for Uninstall will be displayed in front of Microsoft Access. Click Yes to confirm your selection. The program will then be uninstalled from your computer successfully.
  • Uninstall Microsoft Publisher
  • To uninstall Microsoft Publisher click on the Start icon, choose Control Panel, click Programs and Features and double-click on Microsoft Office (version). Choose Change and then select Add or Remove Features. Choose Choose another app to reinstall or use the disc to install another copy of it. Select Continue button and you will see uninstall option displayed in front of Microsoft Publisher. Click Yes to confirm your selection. 


Conclusion

Access and Publisher are successfully uninstalled from your computer if you can't see them anymore. Be sure to check that your other applications are still installed in your Microsoft Office.