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  • All FaceID icons for Excel

    I stumbled upon this while searching for icons to use for my custom macro toolbar. Its a site that contains all the FaceID values of all the icons you can use in Excel.

    FaceIDs

    Hope someone else will find this as useful as me.


    Jon G
    GizmoCoder.Com

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    Hope someone else will find this as useful as me.
    I'm always hoping someone will find me useful.
    Brandtrock

    Brandtrock Consulting | Brandtrock Files | ISU Athletics | Bricktown | VBA Express

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    • #3
      heh

      Wise guy :P


      Jon G
      GizmoCoder.Com

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      • #4
        Jon,

        The link above isn't getting me to the page you are referencing.

        Edit: Tried it again today (06/26/04) and it is working fine.

        BTW, just to be clear, I was only poking fun at myself.

        Regards,
        Last edited by Brandtrock; June 27th, 2004, 14:27. Reason: Link is working now.
        Brandtrock

        Brandtrock Consulting | Brandtrock Files | ISU Athletics | Bricktown | VBA Express

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          Re: All FaceID icons for Excel

          thanks for this
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          • #6
            Re: All FaceID icons for Excel
            This is a bit late, but better late than never.

            In 2008 I found a free Excel file that would show me the Office FaceID number for buttons. I modified the file to make it a bit more user friendly.

            Now you can select the number range and when you hover over the face you get the ID in a tooltip. The number ranges are (supposedly) the only valid numbers.

            My apologies but I can't give credit to the "original" originator, because I can't find the info, or the posting. But thanks to him or her anyway.

            The file was posted on another forum when the forum was free. Now it requires payment to get the file. That was never the intention. So here it is again "free".

            Have fun.
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            • #7
              Re: All FaceID icons for Excel

              Thanks a lot for posting FaceId's. Very helpful!

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              • #8
                Re: All FaceID icons for Excel

                Thanks kdsdata it really helps alot. thanks once again.

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                  Re: All FaceID icons for Excel

                  Thank you for sharing!This is very useful to me.

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