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I can't find the icon folder.

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I have just bought the VB6 Learning Edition. Before that I had the VB6 Starter Kit. I could not find the icon folder for VB6 in the Starter Kit. So I assumed that the Starter Kit just didn't come with the icon folder. Now that I got the full VB6 with the Learning Edition I still can't find the DAMN icon folder. I have searched my whole pc for it. I can't find. I thought that the Learning Edition is the full program of VB6. Could someone please help me out here and tell me what I am doing wrong. I was told to look in the commom folder... I did and guess what no icons. So someone please tell me where I hafta look or if I just have a screwed up VB6. Thank you.
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In the directory where you installed VB... In a sub directory called COMMON/ICONS
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