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Is it possible to remove the New, Action, setting toolstrip menu?

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Is it possible to remove the new, action, setting toolstrip menu in the list?
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shahzadbux earned 500 total points
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if you need it removed for uses you can control this with list permissions

there are a number of ways to do this depending on your overall goal, a little more background would help determine the best way to go about doing this.


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by:Vikram Singh Saini
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Hi,

I am confuse.....Are you talking about ToolStrip control in .Net?

Regards,
VSS
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by:JackOfPH
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Actually what I want to do is to remove the entire toolstrip in a list... not only the new, settings, and actions... can this be done?
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