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How to Get Rid of JavaScript

JavaScript is a world known scripting language on the internet. It is used in ample of web pages in order for further improvement of the design, validate forms, detect browsers, creation of cookies and many more. A brilliant Netscape engineer created this way back in 1995. Formerly known as LiveScript, JavaScript has become the most popular scripting language in the web.

The Javascript language has no concept of the terms input and output unlike any other programming languages. It is designed to run as a scripting language in a host environment, and it is up to the host environment to provide mechanisms for communicating with the outside world. It’s most common host environment is the browser however it can also be related and associated to Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop and the many Yahoo! Widget engines.

Removing JavaScript in Microsoft Word

First you have to open Microsoft Word (of course) then locate the tab that says “Office” which is located in the top left hand corner of the screen. Click Save As and you will be prompted with a couple of options. From that, click Other Formats. After that, a Save As Type pull down menu will pop up and you have to choose Plain Text. Then click OK to verify and to complete the saving process of the document settings. Close the document.  Locate again the Office tab then this time, click on Open. You will be redirected to a couple of options. Click All Text File from the Type lists. Next, choose the .txt file that you have just created before the click OK. Finally, click Save As then choose Word Document then OK. From that, you will be able to edit and format the file as you prefer in any document in Word.

Removal Tool

There is a removal tool that you can search in Google. Normally, removal tools such as this one is fro viruses, worms and other programs that are hard to uninstall. You just have to search a removal tool specifically for JavaScript. All you have to do is to run the program and follow the instructions that are given to you.

Ask an expert

Using codes and other codes to remove JavaScript can be hard and confusing especially to those who are really not that techy. The best option is to ask someone who is experienced in programming or computer stuff. Our computer contains a lot of information that is very hard to risk.

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