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Office 2010 install with Group Policy and OCT

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Hello,

I am trying to install Office 2010 with Group Policy and the OCT. I am wondering if there is a way to disable features in word and outlook such as control +click to click on a hyperlink and to also disable show markups when changes are made in word?  Thanks!

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You need to take a look at the options area of those GPO ADM templates for those applications .  We set tons of settings via GPO in all of office or via OCT
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