Repair Office from the Control Panel

Repair Office from the Control Panel


Repair Office from the Control Panel


  1. Right-click the Start button (lower-left corner), and select Apps and Features on the pop-up menu.


  1. Select the Microsoft Office product you want to repair, and select Modify.

Note: This will repair the entire Office suite even if it's just one application you want to repair such as Word or Excel. If you have a standalone app installed, then search for that application by name.

In Change your installation, select Repair and then click Continue.

  1. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the repair.
  2. Restart your device.



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