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Is it possible to add for example the printer icon to the Word 2010 quick access toolbar for a whole organization through a group policy?
Thanks in advance.
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I allready tried the policy, I don't think there's an option to adjust the quick access toolbar.
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Well this has instructions on how to customize the tool bar and export the settings and then apply it through a script, that should work:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee704589.aspx
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Thanks Noduzz, that worked
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