|08 Jun 2013||#1|
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the registry's common themes for office programs
I'm looking to learn something here about how the registry can be manipulated (new keys added, delete keys, etc...) so that programs are easier to use. In other words, programs can be more user friendly in terms of having less "stuff" on the screens. Here is something I would like to ask first about similar events that can happen across all office programs:
The following reg. dir is apparently connected to all personalized menus in office programs?
CURRENT USER \ SOFTWARE \ MICROSOFT \ OFFICE \ X.0 \ COMMON \ PERSONAMENU
Can anyone confirm if this is true? More importantly than that though, does anyone know where I can look up different registry folders and what they are used for? e.g. - what their purpose is? and then of course, what is available to be manipulated? that would be incredibly useful! In the same parent dir as I've mentioned above, there is also a child dir called "INTERNET". One of the DWORD keys in their is called "doNotUpdateLinksOnSave".
It looks to me as though most keys are nothing more than property settings for the service or program set that they are located in. Would that be the right way to describe this whole scenario?
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