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Old December 17th, 2003, 05:25 PM
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Default Images for tool bar

I have the Visual Studio VB.Net Standard edition, and cannot find any of the undo, cut, copy, paste etc images (buttons). They are not in the folders they are supposed to be in.

Can anyone tell me where to download them from?

Thank you.

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have you tried this?
right-click on the top area, below the menu bar,
and select standard.

 the buttons should appear..

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