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Office Style Toolbar Picture Files in .net?

Posted on 2007-03-28
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Visual Studio 6 included toolbar graphic files from Office for things like Open, Save, Cut, Paste, Copy.  In VS 2005, I unzipped the image studio zip file, but I don't see the office style icons?  Is there a place to download them from Microsoft?

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Did you check  in bitmaps\commands\pngformat (inside the zipped file)

there is defininitely a load, save etc. in there but I am not sure all of the office stuff is in there
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