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    Is there a way I can permanently remove the PDF Converter toolbar from Outlook?

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    [quote name='Renyne' post='767149' date='24-Mar-2009 17:23']Is there a way I can permanently remove the PDF Converter toolbar from Outlook?[/quote]
    Usually toolbars are added to Outlook by COM Add-ins. Outlook reads the registry to determine which ones to load. You can manage the loading of COM Add-ins from inside Outlook using the COM Add-ins dialog. In Outlook 2003, this is accessible from Tools > Options > Other > Advanced Options > COM Add-ins. Does that remove the bar?

    (You also might be able to uninstall the bar using the application's uninstaller. However, I'm not sure which PDF application you are using.)

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    [quote name='Renyne' post='767149' date='25-Mar-2009 00:23']Is there a way I can permanently remove the PDF Converter toolbar from Outlook?[/quote]
    Which PDF application are you using? If it is Adobe Acrobat then see How to disable PDFMaker on Acrobat 9

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    [quote name='jscher2000' post='767165' date='25-Mar-2009 12:17']Usually toolbars are added to Outlook by COM Add-ins. Outlook reads the registry to determine which ones to load. You can manage the loading of COM Add-ins from inside Outlook using the COM Add-ins dialog. In Outlook 2003, this is accessible from Tools > Options > Other > Advanced Options > COM Add-ins. Does that remove the bar?

    (You also might be able to uninstall the bar using the application's uninstaller. However, I'm not sure which PDF application you are using.)[/quote]

    Thanks Stuart, all fixed. Once I found the path (under COM Add-ins) where the toolbar was auto starting from, I was able to remove it.

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