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Default Icon extraction

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Given an entry in the registry defining the default icon for a file type, for example:
"C:\Program Files\Plus!\Microsoft Internet\IExplore.exe,9"
how is this icon accessed for use by an application?

thanks muchly.
Gavin.
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Use ExtractIcon or ExtractIconEx functions.
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