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I wish to change the appearance of the default .txt icon

I have already replaced all the icon resources within all the different imageres.dll's (system32, syswow64, winsxs(amd64 and amdx86) but the default icon still appears. Are there more icon resources stored elsewhere in in the windows system files? If so where?

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Use DefaultProgramEditor to change the icon of the .txt files. Run it and click on the command "Icon":

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Now select txt extension and select the icon you want to assign.

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I went the long way and did it through imageres.dll and sehll32.dll editing but your method works too –  Gabardine Jul 3 '13 at 22:10
    
nice to hear that it worked. Editing system fies is a bad idea. –  magicandre1981 Jul 4 '13 at 4:45

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