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Rjn239

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Hello,
Just a quick question, I was wondering if it was possible to edit the Menu bar within an application, for instance in MSN messenger you have the file edit tools etc and because I have the MSN Plus installed I have a 'Plus!' option and I was wondering how I would go about editing the application to add or remove things to my leisure. I really just want to delete the 'Plus!' option from the menu bar within MSN messenger because I have it set up to work on the network and don't want people being able to go into there and have the ability to change settings.
Any light on this would be very grateful :)
Thanks.
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Would require a certain amount of programming skills and access to the Microsoft source code for the application so you could modify it - definitely a no-go as the source code is not available to us mere mortals, even if we knew what to do with it.
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