Hi everyone. My version of Microsoft Word is Word 2016. I downloaded and installed Kindle Create Add-In for Microsoft Word.
Then I decided it would not suit me (don't worry, I'm going to download Kindle Create later!)
I uninstalled Kindle Create Add-In for Microsoft Word. I search for it on my computer and it doesn't come up anyone. It seems to be deleted completely.
But it has radically changed how all my Microsoft Word documents look! Even though they are in my usual font, size, etc. and I have clicked clear formatting. Also, the kindle tab keeps coming up on the toolbar.
Can someone tell me how I can completely remove what kindle has done, so Microsoft Word 2016 will go back to looking how it did?
My guess to fix it is to uninstall word and reinstall it. The program sounds like it made changes to word so the only way to remove them is a reinstall. Of coarse that would reset everything, which is something you may not want.
Hi yes I've gone through that process. The Kindle Create Add-In refused to complete uninstall. Some files that made it up were un-deletable. All my computer could offer was to permanently disable those files, which didn't do any good. Update: I seem to have deleted it entirely now through the Word "Options" menu, and the text still won't go back to how it was.
Update: looks like it is fixed, folks! An adorable stranger online, who I just happened to bump into for unconnected reasons, fixed the problem. She could see something I couldn't. Thanks everyone for your support.
That's great news! - for you, and also for those (like myself) who are faced with the same problem.
Three questions in that regard:
1) What did the adorable online stranger fix: completely uninstalling "Kindle Create Add-In," or actually getting it to work?
2) What did she see that you couldn't?
3) What did she do to resolve the issue?
Myself, I'm on the verge of buying Word (or Office) 2010, uninstalling Office 2016, installing Word (or Office) 2010, installing "Kindle Create Add-In" in Word 2010, and then reinstalling Office 2016. But on all my computers?! A suboptimal solution at best.