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Search the Icons you have on your Computer
Many files containing icons are present
on your computer's hard disks. Axialis IconWorkshop™ includes a search
feature to help you locate and grab
Searching for files on your computer
Choose Edit/Search/On the Computer
or press Ctrl+G.
A search option dialog box opens. In the "Named"
zone (), specify a filename
search criterion. If the filename contains a portion of the specified
text, the file is selected. You can also use the standard DOS characters
'*,?'. Example : Image*.*
In the "Look In" zone
(), specify the folder from which you wish to start the
search. If you want to perform a deep search (including subfolders), select
the Include Subfolders option.
If you specify folder "C:\" with subfolders,
the whole disk will be scanned.
It can be a very long process!
In the "Type" list (), specify the type of file you wish to find ("All Icon
You can also specify Date and Size options ( and ).
When done, click OK. The search
begins... When finished, a Search Results window opens, containing the
found items ():
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Grab the Icons, add them into a library
1. Create a new Icon Library in the Librarian
(or select an existing one). Select the items you wish to add to the library
2. Choose File/Add
to the Librarian or press F3
(). The files are added.
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Article written by Axialis Software Team on Monday, March 13, 2007.