To improve the toolbars when they are in large icons.

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To improve the toolbars when they are in large icons.

Postby VG9idWRhMDcwNQ » Wed, 17 May 2006 06:42:02 GMT

It would be well if Word, Excel, Outlook and all the other Office programs 
would have toolbars which are not pixlisent when one chooses the large 
icons. When one compares large icons Internet To explore 6 with those of 
Outlook 2003... Eh Ben ! The difference is obvious ! The large icons of 
Outlook are ugly and are not that redimensionings of the small icons of 16x16 
thus that gives a really ugly result. You should make corrective measures to 
improve this trick not so super. It is right my opinion... No matter what, I 
am not the only one with being of this opinion in fact !
IN SHORT: It would be necessary to improve the toolbars when they are in 
large icons.

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