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  1. wjr

    wjr Guest

    Need to find a way to do something. Perhaps a tool or utility. I want
    to be able to save all the current registry settings. Then make a
    change to a setting in an application such as MS word 2007. Now save
    the new registry to a second file. Finally compare the two saved files
    to find what settings have been changed.

    As an example setting:
    MS Word 2007->
    Trust Center->
    Macro Setting->
    Enable/Disable Trust access to the VBA project object model

    I appreciate any help on this.
     
    wjr, Jun 5, 2008
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  2. Regshot will do this for you: https://sourceforge.net/projects/regshot/

    John

    wjr wrote:
    > Need to find a way to do something. Perhaps a tool or utility. I want
    > to be able to save all the current registry settings. Then make a
    > change to a setting in an application such as MS word 2007. Now save
    > the new registry to a second file. Finally compare the two saved files
    > to find what settings have been changed.
    >
    > As an example setting:
    > MS Word 2007->
    > Trust Center->
    > Macro Setting->
    > Enable/Disable Trust access to the VBA project object model
    >
    > I appreciate any help on this.
    >
     
    John John (MVP), Jun 5, 2008
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  3. wjr

    wjr Guest

    Thanks!

    John John (MVP) wrote:
    > Regshot will do this for you: https://sourceforge.net/projects/regshot/
    >
    > John
    >
    > wjr wrote:
    >
    >> Need to find a way to do something. Perhaps a tool or utility. I
    >> want to be able to save all the current registry settings. Then make
    >> a change to a setting in an application such as MS word 2007. Now
    >> save the new registry to a second file. Finally compare the two saved
    >> files to find what settings have been changed.
    >>
    >> As an example setting:
    >> MS Word 2007->
    >> Trust Center->
    >> Macro Setting->
    >> Enable/Disable Trust access to the VBA project object model
    >>
    >> I appreciate any help on this.
    >>
     
    wjr, Jun 6, 2008
    #3
  4. You're welcome.

    John

    wjr wrote:

    > Thanks!
    >
    > John John (MVP) wrote:
    >
    >> Regshot will do this for you: https://sourceforge.net/projects/regshot/
    >>
    >> John
    >>
    >> wjr wrote:
    >>
    >>> Need to find a way to do something. Perhaps a tool or utility. I
    >>> want to be able to save all the current registry settings. Then make
    >>> a change to a setting in an application such as MS word 2007. Now
    >>> save the new registry to a second file. Finally compare the two
    >>> saved files to find what settings have been changed.
    >>>
    >>> As an example setting:
    >>> MS Word 2007->
    >>> Trust Center->
    >>> Macro Setting->
    >>> Enable/Disable Trust access to the VBA project object model
    >>>
    >>> I appreciate any help on this.
    >>>

    >
     
    John John (MVP), Jun 6, 2008
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