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Converting a .ICO to a 32*32 GIF.

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I have a .ICO file which I use as my logo for my VB application.  However, I need to convert this .ICO to a 32*32 GIF to post on web sites.  How do I do the conversion?  I've tried opening the .ICO file in PaintShop Pro and saving it out as a 32*32 GIF, but PaintShop Pro doesn't seem to recognise .ICO files.
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1. go to this site

http://32bit.bhs.com/

2. look under multimedia

3. there are lots of media converters with descriptions that you can download that will do what you want.
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