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st: Re: Location of Stata icons in Windows
Thank you for the suggestion. I restored the file associations from
Stata but the icon for do-files doesn't change, it's still the one
--- Nick Winter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm not sure where the icons are, but selecting Prefs-Restore File
> Associations from the Stata menu should do the trick, assuming you
> want the full set of associations.
> --Nick Winter
> 11:51 AM 9/27/2005, you wrote:
> >I use Stata 8.2 with Windows XP. I had to manually restore the
> >association of file type DO with Stata (Windows Explorer - Tools -
> >Folder Options - File Types) but cannot find the icon that used to
> >displayed with do-files. Instead, I now have a generic icon from
> >shell32.dll. The Stata executable contains three icons, neither of
> >which is the one that used to symbolize do-files. I would
> >if a list member could point out the location of the do-file icon.
> >Thank you,
> >Friedrich Huebler
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