Using the controlID worksheet for Word 2010 we disabled items under the Permissons button in backstage. However, the ID for "Restrict Editing" is not working. It is listed as 9003 (UsagePermissions). All other IDs for the permissions button entered in group
policy are working. Can anyone tell us what the correct ID is to grey out "Restrict Editing"?
Many thanks in advance.
Moved bySally TangFriday, February 18, 2011 9:09 AM (From:Office 2010 Setup and Deployment)
The control named UsagePermissions in the Word 2010 backstage is a button Control Type that displays the “Restrict Formatting and Editing” pane in Word 2010. The Policy
ID 9003 in the WordControls.xlsx is not a valid Group Policy TCID value to disable it.
However, in the WordControls.xlsx file, the Control Name “GroupPermissions” (a group Control Type) can be used inside some custom xml, to hide the Word 2010 > File
menu > Info > Protect Document icon in the Word backstage. (Please note that “GroupPermissions” Policy ID 19519 also is not a valid Group Policy TCID value.)
The following links will get you started in customizing the backstage:
Customizing the Backstage User Interface by Using Open XML Files
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