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The msocache issue.


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I have office 2007,

I would like to delete the msocache folder(S) and still be able to use office and all related components without any hitches.

First i would like to say this isn't a discussion i have read the microsoft articles relating to this.

I also know that it is built in as part of the desighn so that the disk is not needed for repairs etc.

But i also know that it HAS been done i just don't know how.

Oh and when i say it has been done it was done on an office 2007 edition (enterprise) not a 2003 edition.

Thats where i thought you might be able to help.

I eagerly await your replies,

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