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Topic: Removing MenuItems VB/OLE automation
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 58935
From: mmanley
Date: 5/29/2002 05:35 PM

I am trying to remove the Insert Pages, Extract Pages, Replace Pages, Delete Pages, and Crop Pages options from the Thumbnails tab when accessing Acrobat 4.05a through VB/OLE automation. I can remove the other options (i.e. Large Thumbnails, Small Thumbnails, etc...) but I am having trouble removing the above listed options/items. I am using the CAcroApp object to limit the options available to the user (I don't want them to delete, replace, or manipulate any pages in the PDF).
I found what I thought was the name for these items, but this is not working as expected.

Any suggestions on how to remove these options.
Thanks.



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