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Su-Laine Yeo

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If you can figure out how to hide menu items via a script, this is probably the better approach because you can do it for all document types in one file. Also, for the commands that are visible when no documents are open, the only sure way to consistently hide them is via script.

We'd like to post a tutorial and some sample code for a menu-hiding macro at some point, but I don't know when. Adding a more first-class feature for choosing what to show or hide in different parts of the UI is a good idea too. Thanks for the suggestion.

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