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Old December 27th, 2005, 01:33 AM
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Default Customizing MS OFFICE 2003 using SINGLE DLL..?


   I want to customize the total MS OFFICE Applications ( WORD, EXCEL..) like disabling save-copy-print options ,using dll(interop.word.dll,interop.excel.dll,..) of WORD,EXCEL.. it is possible,

   BUT i want to make it using SINGLE DLL for total MS OFFICE ,
IS IT POSSIBLE.? Is there any DLL to control the total MS OFFICE.?

          PLZ send solution to mailid: [email protected]

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You need to write custom menus and hide the standard menus for your specific application, not for all instances of all Office applications. This sounds too much like a virus.


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