adding icon to IE context menu

i'm lookibg for a way to add an icon to Internet Explorers context menu... (right-click menu)
svsvsvAsked:
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KenneniahCommented:
The Search command you are using uses the MenuExt function built-in to Internet Explorer, which unfortunately does not support putting icons next to the text in the menu.
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AndreDekoltaCommented:
Are you talking about Favorites?  If so, right click on item to change, then properties, then click icon.  Select the file (.exe, .dll, etc.) or ico containing your icon.  Viola!
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svsvsvAuthor Commented:
nope, the right-click menu...
where
save target as, print, refresh are....
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AndreDekoltaCommented:
<nope, the right-click menu...>  What right click menu?  Not sure what you're trying to do?
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Dale MaySecurityCommented:
If you browse with Internet Explorer, and bookmark a webpage, and then click on "favorites" in IE, you should see the favicons. If not, follow the steps above to put the path to the icon on your hard drive.

I thought it might make it easier for you to click on the link http://yahoo.com/favicon.ico and then, on the top, choose "save as complete web page", that will get you the folder with the icon in it.

 You should be able to right click on the link in IE and choose "save target as". Either way, you should be able to obtain that icon on your hard drive. Then you can put it where you like, and then make a path to it (with the instructins) and it should be fine. If you follow these steps, you should be able to see your favicon.

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yesplease151Commented:
Please explain what you wish to accomplish.
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Mohammed HamadaSenior IT ConsultantCommented:
Check this, it has your answear...
http://www.mvps.org/dmcritchie/ie/rightie6.htm

Also This will help, It appears it's for win98 but it applies also to XP...

http://www.jfitz.com/tips/rclick_custom.html

Here's an example for adding Search command to IE's right click ..
http://www.jfitz.com/tips/search.htm
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svsvsvAuthor Commented:
http://www.jfitz.com/tips/search.htm
this is what i have, but i need to put an icon next to it
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Mohammed HamadaSenior IT ConsultantCommented:
You may try this but i'm not sure if it'll help..
http://windowsxp.mvps.org/toolbarcop.htm

If you want to add/remove entries in the right-click context menu:

ToolbarCop - To removes an option:
http://www.mvps.org/sramesh2k/utils/ToolbarCop.exe 

Manual Procedure:
1. Click [Start] [Run] type [REGEDIT]
2. Navigate to the key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet
Explorer\MenuExt.
Each subkey of this key represents one menu item. Many will include an
ampersand (&) to define the underlined key associated with the command.

Highlight the key you want to delete (for example,
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\MenuExt\Zoom &In).
Choose Export from the Registry menu and export that branch to a file.
Now delete the key

Ref:

http://groups.google.com.ly/group/microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6.browser/browse_thread/thread/6302fc92cbf929d7/658770fe86ce4d91?lnk=st&q=editing+IE+right+click&rnum=3&hl=ar#658770fe86ce4d91
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svsvsvAuthor Commented:
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Mohammed HamadaSenior IT ConsultantCommented:
I'm not sure if you can do that, becoz Google toolbar probably add some DLL files then registering those dlls to IE's right click context menu.!

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KenneniahCommented:
Yes, things like Google Toolbar use shell extensions that get installed with their software. There is no native way to add an icon to that menu as I mentioned above. To add an icon, you'd need to create a shell extension dll which you would have to write and compile.
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