[HM] files in trash

Ken Johnson kr-johnson at comcast.net
Tue Apr 6 03:18:15 PDT 2004

Did you recently perform an update either intentionally, or 
automatically, of the Office software?  That process will frequently 
throw out old files.

If they're in the trash, and you can successfully use ALL of the Office 
components, then you no longer need them.  (Be certain that they are 
from  Office)


On Apr 6, 2004, at 12:29 AM, Jane Sprando wrote:

> Yesterday I happened to notice that I have a lot of files in the trash 
> that
> I didn't put there. Some are fonts and some have to do with Microsoft
> Office: Excel, Power Point, Microsoft Graphing, Word and more. They 
> seem to
> be duplicates of ones already on my hard drive.
> 1. Does anyone have a clue as to how they got in there?
> 2. do I just leave them or what??????
> Jane
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