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    Office Command Line ID

    Does anyone here know what the command line ID is for F7 (Spell check) in Office 2003 is?

    We've managed to lock off everything else but we can't find this one.

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    cant help with the ID, but can i ask why spellcheck should be disabled?

    p.s for exam purposes we allow only notepad, since its practically a typewriter, not a word processor. its much easier to do this not lock down word.

    we allow spellcheck here, as it at least makes work presentable instead of badly spelled all the way through.

    hth

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    It is for exam candidates. Rather than lock down a PC manually I'm creating a profile that can log in anywhere in the school. That way we don't tie up a PC or laptop specifically for exams and we can have more than one candidate sit at a time.

    We could use notepad but staff here would rather the students use a familiar program (Don't ask!!)

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    Luckily, the IT staff here (me and others) usually overrule the staff with their decisions as we (and you) are the trained professional - we too had an exams officer / teacher ask for word processing without the "extras" and we provided notepad. they were happy, we were happy. if possible i would suggest providing notepad, as it is practically cheat-free.

    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/or...380611033.aspx

    try this hth

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    Customizing Menu Commands in Office 2003 - For Dummies
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/or...402401033.aspx
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    If we can't do it then we will use notepad, but I wanted to see if it could be done as in the future it may not just be word applications that exam candidates have to use.

    Thanks for the info - I'll try the VBA route.



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