Add a custom menu and custom menu commands

You can add a custom menu to the Document Review main menu that contains user-defined commands.

Important The scripted custom menu action is not included when a set of shortcuts is exported. These script actions need to be copied manually.

For example, you can add a custom menu command that prints a document or page. The action that is performed for this command needs to be implemented in the project script. You can add a custom menus by following these steps:

  1. On the Project tab, in the Configuration group, select Project Settings Project Settings icon.
  2. Click the Document Review tab.

    The Document Review method settings are displayed.

  3. Click Shortcuts.
  4. In the Custom Menu and Commands group, select Enable custom menus.
  5. Click Add.

    A new custom menu is added to the bottom of the table with a custom menu command.

  6. Optionally, Click Add again to add additional custom menu commands.
  7. Optionally, rename or translate the custom menu commands.
  8. Optionally, add shortcut keys for the new custom menu commands.
  9. Optionally, add hot keys for the new custom menu commands.
  10. Edit the project script to define the action for this menu.
    1. Click OK to save your results and close the window.
    2. On the View menu, select Show Script to open the project script.
    3. On the Object list, select Application.
    4. From the Proc list, select CustomMenuClicked.

      The Application_CustomMenuClicked event is inserted into the project script sheet so you can define the actions that are taken if a Document Review user selects this command.

      See the Scripting Help for more information about scripting.

  11. Optionally, click OK to close the Project Settings window.