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There's no supported way to do this. However, since you're working on CRM 4.0 anyway, it's completely unsupported. So in your browser, hit F12 to open the DOM Inspector and find out what this button is called. then jump into your CRM server itself and search the ASPX pages to find that function call. Insert your JS, Restart IIS, and you should be good to go.
Note, this is highly likely to break everything, so back up your CRM before making changes like this. Also, MS specifically says not to do this.
Overall, it's a terrible idea, and you shouldn't do it. But you can.
This is not a supported in dynamics CRM.
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