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How to extract photos for a Windows .theme file

Posted on 2014-04-11
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I would like to extract photos from existing .theme files in Windows 7 and combine them into a customized theme file.  How can I do this?

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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 250 total points
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.themepack files are simply a renamed .zip file rename and then you can extract the desktopbackground folder which holds the images
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Thanks!  JR
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