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Remove shortcuts from start screen in windows 8 through office 2013 customization tool

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Hi!

I want to exclude some shortcuts from get pinned to the windows 8 start screen when installing office 2013 with OCT.
I cant see any options for doing that in the tool.
I want the shortcuts to be available in all apps but not on the start screen.

Two examples is Office 2013 upload center and Office 2013 Language preferences.

Is there a way to do it?

Regards
Johnny
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After a deployment I realize that it only shows the shortcuts for the applications and not all the other stuff so I'm happy.
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