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HOW TO DISABLE

SHORTCUT KEYS

You can use system policies to disable built-in and custom shortcut keys for commands in Microsoft Office 2000.

Disable a predefined shortcut key

Several built-in shortcut keys are listed in the Predefined category of the system policy templates.

To disable a predefined shortcut key

  1. In the System Policy Editor, open the policy you want to modify.
  2. Open the Properties dialog box for the user, group, or computer for which you want to set the policy.
  3. Click the plus sign (+) next to the Office application that contains the built-in shortcut key you want to disable.
  4. Click the plus sign next to Disable items in user interface.
  5. Click the plus sign next to Predefined.
  6. Select the Disable shortcut keys check box.
  7. Under Settings for Disable shortcut keys, click the check box next to the shortcut key you want to disable.

    For example, click the Ctrl+K (Insert | Hyperlink) check box to disable the shortcut key for the Hyperlink command (Insert menu) in Word.

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