Hello,

We have a requirement were in both these application should be installed on the same machine. My question is will there be issues in installing & uninstalling these application on the same machine....

The deplyment process here is we split user & machine components & install machine side on all pcs, Hence both the application machine side will be installed on the same pc.

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skj
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Adobe Pro by default installs Adobe Reader.
Answered 12/20/2005 by: urban_diver
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How do i hide these two menu?
acrobat -> Help ->Acrobat Expert Support
acrobat -> Help ->Accessibility Information Online

Our requirement is to Hide these options in the package, so i have written a script to do that, its hiding most of the option but only the above two is not happening your suggession is appreciated.

Below is the MenuHide.js Script
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//disables Online Support
app.hideMenuItem("OnlineSupport");

//disables System Information
app.hideMenuItem("SystemInformation");

//disables Detect and Repair
app.hideMenuItem("DetectAndRepair");

//hides View > ToolBars
app.hideMenuItem("ToolBars");


//hides File > Print Me Internet Printing
app.hideMenuItem("EFI:PrintMe");

//disables Updates
app.hideMenuItem("Updates");

//disables Acrobat Online
app.hideMenuItem("AdobeOnline");

//disables Acrobat Expert Support
app.hideMenuItem("Acrobat Expert Support");

//disables Accessibility Information Online
app.hideMenuItem("AccessibilityInformationOnline");
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skj
Answered 02/10/2006 by: skj
Second Degree Brown Belt

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Step 1: Create a javascript to list all of the cNames for the Menu Items and Toolbar Items
Step 2: Find the correct cNames for your HideMenu.js syntax
Step 3: Update you javascripts and place into Javascripts folder

Script 1: ListItems.js

//Open Javascript Console
//console.show();

//List Toolbar Buttons in the Console
var toolbarItems = app.listToolbarButtons()
for( var i in toolbarItems)
console.println(toolbarItems + "\n")

//List Menu Items in the Console
var menuItems = app.listMenuItems()
for( var i in menuItems)
console.println(menuItems + "\n")

Script 2) HideMenu.js

//Hides Help > Accessibility Information Online
app.hideMenuItem("AccessOnline");

//Hides Help > Adobe Expert Support
app.hideMenuItem("AdobeExpertSupport");

This should work for you.
Answered 08/16/2006 by: hpizzel
Senior Yellow Belt

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