To work around this issue, uninstall the pre-installed Microsoft Office Desktop Apps:
- Right click the Windows Start button and select Settings.
- Choose Apps, and then select Apps and Features.
- Select Microsoft Office desktop Apps and select Uninstall.
- Restart your PC.
- Run a repair of Office to make sure everything gets fixed.
If this method is unsuccessful, follow these steps to remove the Office setup registry keys:
- Press the Windows key + R to open a Run window.
- Type regedit and select OK.
- If prompted, select Yes in the User Account Control window.
- Press CTRL + F to launch the Find window and enter this key in the search box:
- Select Find Next.
- Delete the key by right-clicking on the entry and selecting Delete.
- Press F3 to repeat the search and delete each one until no more registry keys are found. There are MANY, so be patient.