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Office 2003 icons?????

Posted on 2004-10-17
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I have an icon extractor that can extract icons from .dll and .exe files, and i was wanting to extraxt the microsoft office 2003 icons but can not seem to find where they are stored, they arent in the .exe files themself (word.exe etc.) so i thought they must be in a .dll file and apparently they are i just dont know what one does anyone know???

Cheers

Gary.
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by:mjmat
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Usually in C:\ProgramFiles\MicrosoftOffice\Office10     or whatever drive your program files are on
It might be Office11 if you are running 2003. I am using XP and it is called Office10
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by:bmlbytes
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Mine is in C:\ProgramFiles\Microsoft Offce\Office\
I use Microsoft Office 2000
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by:DVation191
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I extracted them all for you...
http://216.157.152.135/office2k3_icons.rar
all office applications including frontpage, visio and publisher
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by:Gary_4500
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It was atualy all the toolbar icons i was looking for e.g. cut copy and paste etc.
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by:Sham Haque
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ALL the icons you want can be found here:
[url]http://www.geocities.com/clipart03/OfficeIcons.zip[/url]

thanks to the poster here:

[url]http://www.winmatrix.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=1008&st=15[/url]


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