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Extracting Assosiated Fileicons

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I like to get the icon for a certain file.I use the following code to get the large icon.>TLargeIcon.Handle := ExtractAssociatedIcon (hInstance, >IconPath, IconIndex);
          My Question:How do i get the small icon for use in a ListView component.
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Look up ExtractIconEx. This seems to give you both large and small icons. If you need sample code, leave me a comment.

Regards,

Erik.
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Okay, this seem to extract a small icon, but now i don't know where to extract it from. The ExtractAssociatedIcon function works fine when it comes to extracting an icon, but it doesn't return the path of the associated application or dll (it should according to the win32 api).Please help
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