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Icons on MS-Office taskbar

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I have installed MS-Office 97 and using the MS-Office taskbar. Suddenly all icons in the taskbar have the same icon (a white sheet with yellow upper edge).
No matter what I do, alse after reboot all icons are the same.
What can I do?
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Rainbow, first right click on your present icons and choose "properties" if the tab "shortcut" shows up in the "properties" window, your unwanted icons need to be deleted. Right click again and this time choose "delete" Next,    find the exe programs (Excel, Powerpoint, Access,Outlook and Word) you can use start|find  or Windows explorer to do this. Right click on those executable files, and choose "create  shortcut". Drag and drop the short cut to the MS-Office task bar and that should do it !
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Thanks to LadyKath, now I'm back to default.
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