OneNote Startup Item

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  1. TALLandNcharge

    TALLandNcharge New Member

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    How do I get rid of the startup item "OneNote 2007 Screen Clipper and Launcher"? I've been digging through the OneNote options and haven't seen anything. The reason I want to stop it at startup is because I never use it. I also want to try and get rid of it through the options instead of the winedit.exe or whatever it is.

    EDIT: I disabled the OneNote startup item through msconfig and it worked like a charm. I also disabled the Adobe Reader speed thing while I was at it as well. I have 2 more items that I have a question over.

    1. InstallShield - What is it? And do I need it in the Startup tab?

    2. Cyberlink PowerCinema - I have a DELL Inspiron E1505 and I did a clean install and I installed the MediaDirect thing (just incase) and I'm guess that is where the PowerCinema came from. Is it safe to disable it?
     
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  2. Chris

    Chris New Member

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    start -> run -> msconfig

    change the options under the startup tab
     
  3. TALLandNcharge

    TALLandNcharge New Member

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    Yeah that was the way I didn't want to do it. I was wandering if there is an actual option in OneNote that I can uncheck or disable instead of messing with msconfig. Because, if I disable it in msconfig the program, OneNote, will still TRY to start the service but it will be unable to do so because Windows will stop it right?
     
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    wrong.
     
  5. DAN513

    DAN513 OT Supporter

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    is there an option when you right click the system tray icon for don't load at startup? If not, msconfig is your best bet.
     

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