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Ok I have tried and tried to find the folder including all of the icons for VB6. I just can't find that misc. that has all of the icons. Maybe I am doing something worng. Could you please tell what folder to look into and how to get there. Thanks.
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by:AllenC_Jr
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Look for the Common\Graphics\Icons\ Folder find that folder...
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by:LearningVB
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When I tried looking at the folder I found nothing.
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idcanada earned 10 total points
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Inside VB's Folder, Common\Graphics.
If, as you mentioned, you found nothing it is becuase during your
installation of VB, you did not install it.
(A small CheckBox)


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by:LearningVB
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k... thanx I must have not installed it... how do u install it??
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