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Enable/ Disable or Manage Add-ins of All Microsoft Office Products

by Shivaranjan on May 12, 2009


Topalt Enable-Disable Office Add-ins is a free tool using which you can enable, disable and manage add-ins for all Microsoft office products like Access, Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project and etc. Add-ins enhance the functionality of the Microsoft products if we take the example of Outlook which has got numerous add-ins available and sometimes it is essential to disable few add-ins that may be causing issues. What Microsoft Office lacks is a centralized place to manage add-ins but  Topalt Enable-Disable Office Add-ins does exactly that, once you install the software it lists all the add-ins that are listed for a Microsoft Office product in tabs.


To enable or disable a add-in for a product just select the product and then uncheck to disable the add-in and check to enable it. As most you use Microsoft Office products this tool is a must have.

System Requirements for Topalt Enable-Disable Office Add-ins:

  • Microsoft Outlook 2000, 2002 (XP), 2003 or 2007 installed.
  • Microsoft Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, 2003, XP or Vista installed.
  • Administrator privileges for the installation.

Download Topalt Enable-Disable Office Add-ins

Update: May 18th 2009.

There is another similar tool called Office Add-ins Manager called that also lists the various office add-ins but it does not categorize them. Below is the screenshot of the Office Add-ins Manager:


Download Office Add-ins Manager

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