Icons from File 5.02
Icons from File is a free tool for extracting icons or icon arrays from files (EXE, DLL, OCX etc.) with the ability to scan folders and search for EXE, DLL, and OCX files, which contain icons.
Extracted icons can be saved (exported) to a file: - All or selected icon to ICO, BMP, JPEG, GIF, PNG, or EMF files; - All icons as a BMP, JPEG, GIF, PNG, or EMF file. All of the icons from the selected files may also be extracted and saved to a selected folder in a step or exported to a HTML document (.htm, .html) or dBase 5 file (.dbf). Saving high color icons (which have more than 16 colors) is also possible. Export operations may also be performed via the command line. Extracted icons may be printed (all or selected). The program is optionally portable.
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