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on my desktop i have a folder called 'my documents' how do i change the icon to a different icon it was once a yellow file folder but it is now different i would like to return it to the original yellow file folder . thanks for your assistance
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Right click on the icon, properties,change Icon. You may find one there.
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The Documents folder Icon can be changed by right clicking on the Desktop (not on icon) and  selecting Properties > Effects Tab > My Documents and click the Change Icon button there.
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