I have created an MST file using adobe tuner and the itw file from 7.0. I then used Wise Pkg Studio to edit the MST file I created to customize the installation. Using posts I reviewed on this website and others, I was able to edit the HKCU registry settings within the MST to remove the following:

- No Yahoo Search Bar
- No Automatic Updates
- No splash screen

The problem is that there are still two options that user's should not have access to from the dropdown menus. Does anyone know the registry key (or option) required to remove the following from the File Dropdown Menu

- PrintMe Internet Printing
- Create Adobe PDF on-line

I also noted that I still have the ability to add the 'yahoo' bar back on by selected it under the View --> Toolbars menu. It would be nice for this to disappear completely if possible. Any assistance is most appreciated.

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Thanks for all the responses heh heh. For those that care, I was able to get the 'Create Adobe PDF on-line' option to disappear by removing the *.api (plug-ins) specifically it was the web*.api that counted.

I am still having troubles removing the PrintMe Internet Printing option from the dropdown. Any ideas would be appreciated. If anyone even knows how to edit drop down menus using WISE pkg Studio, that would help as well.... perhaps.
Answered 01/27/2005 by: rugbee22
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I know I probably shouldn't be saying this, but what the h%ell !!!

If you want to remove an option from an applications menu bar, then you can use a utility called "Resource Hacker" to open the .exe up and remove that particular option.

This utility is also really good at removing all the HoTMaiL crap from Windows Messenger..... ;)

[8D] Keep cool. [8D]
Answered 01/28/2005 by: brenthunter2005
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