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Office 2003 Toolbar Icons

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Here are the office 2003 toolbar icons. I know I wasn't the only one interested in them so, here ya go.

one.zip

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second file

two.zip

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How did you get them?

There not much use as to me - they all have a flat colour background while the real icons are alpha blended

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Why can't you use them? These were stripped from the dll's.

If using them in your programs you should be able to set a transparent color programmatically.

If you want real icons. you can use an icon prog to convert them to .ico.

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saving them.... not sure if i'll ever use them but thanks for posting

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Thanks!

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what dll's did you find these in, and using what tool did you strip them? I have tried using Icon Searcher and it cant find them, I am specifially looking to get the outlook 2003 toolbar buttons like reply, reply all and forward.

TIA

KiNgFeNiX

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thnx , usin em right now

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I've been searching for these for ages. Thanks. Now all I need are the alpha-blended ones... Anyone..?

Master Spy.

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how in the world did you find those, extract them and such? they arn't saved as a standard resource file in any of the office files

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You can use Resource Hacker to extract any icons from any exe file. Just load the exe or dll file into Resource Hacker and look under Icons or something like that. Select any icons you like right click and click save icons.... Easy.

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I have office 2033 anyway, so I don't need them.

EDIT: Ooops, I wish I had office 2033, I meant 2003.

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[quote name='winxptwker' date='Sep 2 2004, 06:41']You can use Resource Hacker to extract any icons from any exe file. Just load the exe or dll file into Resource Hacker and look under Icons or something like that. Select any icons you like right click and click save icons.... Easy.[/quote]
yes, easy... for any program but office 2003. these were will hidden. i looked for them forever. where were they???

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There's an Excel add-in which I have at home (and if the thread starter had searched the forums, he would have found it) which allows you to export any Office 2003 icon [b]maintaining[/b] the alpha-blended characteristics.

Search next time, friend.

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These Icons are exactly what I have been looking for....BUT how do I extract the individual icons from each file?

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how can i convert them to individual .ICO files? i need some batch program, i can't do it manually!

thanks!!

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[quote name='"dougkinzinger"']There's an Excel add-in which I have at home (and if the thread starter had searched the forums, he would have found it) which allows you to export any Office 2003 icon maintaining the alpha-blended characteristics.[/quote]

@dougkinzinger: I have searched the forums and with google in an attempt to find the add-in. With no luck. Apparently i fail to use the correct search terms. Would you be so kind to point to the thread containing the add-in or an url if it's located elsewhere? Cheers.

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I have been searching almost continuously since the last post and finally stumbled(!) :woot: over the following site:

WinMatrix (Office 2003 Toolbar Icons thread):
[url="http://www.winmatrix.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=1008&st=15"]http://www.winmatrix.com/forums/index.php?...opic=1008&st=15[/url]

It starts with 2 screenies and later in the thread there are links to 2 files which contain scripts to extract almost 2.5k icons.
I bet that's the xla script dougkinzinger meant :yes:

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good icons thanks

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I upgraded from Office 2000 to Office 2003. Disappointed no toolbar, so I used CD1 Office 2000 and did a custom install - tools. Pressed start ---> Programs ---> Microsoft Office Tools and then double clicked Microsoft Office Toolbar. Hey presto, there it is ! Customise toolbar how you want. Icon colours a bit on pale side, but easily recognisable. AND IT WORKS!

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See reply above: Sorry should have said CD2 not 1. CD2 is the one that has Microsoft Small Business Tools. Also I have now done office update from Microsoft site. Office Toolbar does not now automatically open on desktop. I have created desktop shortcut to resolve problem. The toolbar is , however, just a click away.

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See above 2 entries of mine:

Problem solved. Copied desktop office shortut bar shortcut to Start Up and the bar now loads automatically.

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In cuting mode (excuse me , i speak so little english)

2480 icons of office 2003 with transparency in 16 x 16. PNG image format.

[url="http://textbox.free.fr/IMPORTANT/Icones_Office2003.zip"]Download here[/url]

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This is awesome thanks

stiff

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Well... unlike oter is actualy can use this! THANK YOU SO MUCH!

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