HOW TO DISABLE
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
- In the System Policy Editor, open the policy you want to
- Open the Properties dialog box for the user, group, or
computer for which you want to set the policy.
- Click the plus sign (+) next to the Office application that
contains the built-in shortcut key you want to disable.
- Click the plus sign next to Disable items in user interface.
- Click the plus sign next to Predefined.
- Select the Disable shortcut keys check box.
- 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.