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MS office 2007 icons are missing

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hi

can somebody help me i have searched alot about this problem but still didnt get a solution. the problem is that icon of ms office have been changed. I am attaching the screen shot.
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Question by:naushadjadoon
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by:betty85
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can you right click on the shortcut in your start menu, go to properties and change icon, then browse to the actual exe?
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by:naushadjadoon
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Can you please tell me from where i can find the exe of ms office icons
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by:ray_cracker
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Make sure that installed files are placed on the correct path, If yes then try to repair it.
following are the steps.
1- Go to start then click on run.
2- Type appwiz.cpl
3- Find MS Office Enterprise 2007 in currently installed program box, click on it.
4- Click on the change button (bottom right side).
5- Check on the repair button then click on continue button.

This process may take around five minutes.
Hope this may resolve the problem




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Thanks for your reply but i tried to repair Office 2007 but the repair window was not appearing so i just ask my IT engineer and reinstall the msoffice. but Thanks for your suggestions.
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by:ray_cracker
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If your installation of is on default path  then you can find the all exe's from this path
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12
But if another path then Just open search and find the folder named Office12
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by:Krzysztof Pytko
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It looks like someone moved or deleted MS Office from your server/computer ? Check in Program Files if you have there MS Office folder. If there is that folder try to assign short cuts once again. Click RMB ona office application and choose properties then point to the new location.
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