How to completely uninstall MS Office 95 Schedule+ in Windows XP

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Our office uses Schedule+ in conjunction with Office 2000.  They are wedded to it but of course it is very old now and not much chat on the internet about it.  It has just gone wrong again.  When it starts up it gets to the splash image (or whatever that thing is called) and it stops responding.  I have tried various ways to uninstall it although there is no uninstall executable that comes with Office 95, that I can see, and I can't find it in Add/Remove Programs. When I try to reinstall it, I get the same problem. In the past the answer has been to trawl through the registry and delete anything that appears to relate to Schedule+.  That is a lengthy job.  I have tried that this time and when I reinstalled Schedule+ it went further and brought up a dialogue box.  When i answered that, it froze again.  I guess I must have missed something in the the registry. Can anyone suggest a way of completely removing all traces of Schedule+? Thank you As a secondary issue, I would like to suggest some kind of (free) online calendaring system that could persuade them to leave schedule+ behind.  Can anyone make a suggestion? Thanks

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Windows XP, MS Office 95 Schedule+

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Did u search for the executable called "Schdpl32.exe" ! Have u tried the jobs in safe mode.... like reinstall / uninstall etc.... Plz go here and see the section related to XP
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    Thanks I haven't tried anything in Safe Mode. It seems to be a problem with something in the registry. The question is.... Where is the stuff in the registry that is most likely to be the culprit? I have read that page that you recommended - could come in useful.
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