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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Visual Studio 2008 Image Library

The Visual Studio 2008 Image Library is a collection of application images that appear in Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Visual Studio, and other Microsoft software. You can use this set of over 1,000 images to create applications that look visually consistent with Microsoft software.

The image library includes three main categories of images: animations, bitmaps, and icons. A readme file, *readme.htm, is included for each major area. These readme files include information about the appropriate use of these images in your applications.
During Visual Studio setup, the image library is copied to your computer as the file VS2008ImageLibrary.zip. The default directory for this file is \...\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\VS2005ImageLibrary\ (for VS 2005) or C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Common7\.


VS2008ImageLibrary.zip


To Install VS 2008 Image library, right click the compressed file and select extract all and follow the process

Install Visual Studio 2008 Image Library

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3 comments:

  1. thanks for sharing
    but how can i imbue into program?
    i cant inblue directly

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  2. Hi Lee

    Visual Studio 2008 Image Library is the collection of files alone that you can use in your program

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