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I've implemented the same thing a couple of days ago. The way I've done this was: Create a control (don't forget to add a safe control entry for it): <Control ControlAssembly="$SharePoint.Project.AssemblyFullName$" ControlClass="Project.CustomActions.Control1" Sequence="1000" Id="AdditionalPageHead"> </Control> I needed this in ...


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One Word: CSS You can hide Elements with CSS . To hide any Fonts in the Ribbon use this code: Ribbon.EditingTools.CPEditTab.Font.Fonts-Medium { Display:none; }


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With SharePoint Designer, in the option of the column you can disable "Rich Text". Or, in the list configuration, you can access de column options.


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Add this piece of JavaScript (see Amal's answer) somewhere on the site: $('[contenteditable]').attr('DefaultPasteModeResolver', 'PasteClean'); Then hide the pasting options from the ribbon and the flyout with CSS: #rtePasteFlyoutOptions #rtePasteFlyoutOption0, #Ribbon\.EditingTools\.CPEditTab\.Clipboard\.Paste\.Menu li:first-child { display: none; } ...


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Yes you can do this by modifying the master page and adding a little bit of JavaScript. Rich Text Editor support pasting Rich Text as-is as well as Plain Text. In your case you need to enable the Plain Text mode. For that first get the available modes RTE.RtePasteManager.get_pasteModes() And set the Plain Text mode ...



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