Icon Set - Microsoft Office (R)

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Microsoft Office (R) Icons

Microsoft Office (R)
  • Published on March 21st 2011 by .
  • Released under the Release to Public Domain license.
4.8 out of 5 stars. (5 reviews) Log-in to add your review.

These icons are meant for Microsoft Office applications, such as Word, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Inspired on JDDellGuy's Metal Icons, and the metal colour is made following his guide. The rest is self-made.

In the middle is the colour of the application and the first letter. In the lower right corner is the full name of the application.

ENJOY!


Tags: Office Rectangular

Resources

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Recent reviews and comments

user icon JDDellGuy contributing user on March 21st 2011

4.5 out of 5 stars.

Impressive. I'm not worried about plaigiarism though. ;-)

I actually do have some rounded square office icons, I have just never uploaded them. Perhaps I should. They are modeled much more closely to my round metal office icons.

Yours are very cool in that they have a nice plastic-like bubble in the center.

A tip- MS Onenote is better represented by an "N" than an "O."

user icon Davez registered user on March 21st 2011

Thanks JD,

I know that OneNote is represented by an N.
But I've decided the applications would be represented by the first letter :-) .

user icon absterninja registered user on March 22nd 2011

5 out of 5 stars.

I have some rounded square icons too. I uploaded them, but it wouldn't let me make a set! lol

user icon Davez registered user on March 22nd 2011

Maybe the name is already being used? That's why my cursor set is called "Microsoft Office (R)". After adding the "(R)", the site allowed me to create a set.

user icon absterninja registered user on March 26th 2011

5 out of 5 stars.

thats probably it because it said "all icons in the set must have a unique name." I think it is because I called them something like "Yellow Square Icons"

user icon JDDellGuy contributing user on March 26th 2011

4.5 out of 5 stars.

Ah, for that message, I believe it means that you gave all your icons the same name. For example, you cannot have a set of icons in which every icon has the name "Yellow Square Icon." You must be unique with each one. Even if it's just "Yellow Square Icon 1" "Yellow Square Icon 2" "Yellow Square Icon 3" etc.

user icon Vlasta site administrator on March 26th 2011

"Yellow Square Icon 1" and "Yellow Square Icon 2" should work, but putting 2 or more icons with exactly same name into one set is not allowed (because there would be 2 files with same name in one .zip file).

user icon Anonymous on March 29th 2011

Dave vette icons swa 8-)

-Rits hier.

PS: LAAT JE LIKKE!

user icon Davez registered user on March 30th 2011

haha:)

user icon RealWorld1 registered user on August 9th 2011

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user icon Anonymous