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All of the icons displaying in the Office Shortcut Bar of Office 2000 suddenly started looking alike -- as Word Icons, in other words, a series of the same Icon. I have tried closing and restarting, unselecting all and reselecting, and running the Office 2000 Repair routine, and still the Icons all look alike.  Functionlly they are OK, however, it's just that they present the wrong icon. When I check the icons of the respective apps in Program Files, they are right there.
How to make the right ones reappear?
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blang111698 earned 100 total points
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Try this and maybe it will fix your problem:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q133/7/33.ASP

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Bingo!  Did not expect this solution to work since the icons looked OK elsewhere, but obviously there was some corruption in shelliconcache, and it resolved the problem. Thanks for the prompt response!
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