Office 2010 native Add-In Manager, which is accessible from File menu of all the applications, allows you to enable, disable and remove the installed add-ins of the respective Office application. Since you have to open each Office application to either enable, disable or remove add-ins, it would certainly be a lot easier if you can manage installed add-ins for all MS Office 2010 applications under one place. The previously featured Topalt EnableDisable not only supports Office 2007 but allows managing add-ins for all versions of MS Office, including 2000, 2003, 2007, and the latest Office 2010. If you’ve been looking for a simple Office 2010 add-in manager, you should give it a try to enable, disable, or manage installed and native add-ins for Excel, OneNote, Word, PowerPoint, and Word.
Before launching the application make sure that Office 2010 programs are not running. It will list down the native and installed add-ins for each Office program under respective tabs. Switch over to Office application tab to enable or disable underlying add-ins. It displays the current status (activated or deactivated), load on behavior, name, and description of add-ins in main window. You need to check or uncheck the box to enable or disable the installed add-ins for Office applications.
At the moment, it doesn’t allow you to enable or disable Access 2010 add-ins. Therefore, you have to use the Office native Add in manager to remove add-ins installed in Access. It supports both 32-bit and 64-bit editions of MS Office 2010.