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Topic: List of Menu Items and Toolbar Buttons specific to Reader 6.0
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 100375
From: Chryo
Date: 11/14/2003 01:01 AM

I need to hide a number of toolbar buttons and menu items from my end-user for Reader 6.0. I have obtained the data available using app.listMenuItems() and app.listToolbarButtons() using the Javascript console within Professional 6.0 however, the majority of the items I want to hide are not listed in this list. Does anyone know where I can obtain the cName parameters specific to Reader 6.0 and not Professional 6.0? I have tried every configuration possible of the menu item name with the app.hideMenuItem and app.hideToolbarButton methods with no success.

I appreciate any assistance available


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