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Changing the icon?


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Nathan_Benton

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I am going to be compiling an Ebook soon, and was wondering if I could change the icon for the .exe, so it's not the default, is there a way I can do this?
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Does anyone know of a program or something that can do it?
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just right click on the .exe file and you should be able to change it from there.
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No..you can't. I want it to be changed so when people download it they can see the new icon.
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why is an e book an exe file?

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Depends on the software you use, that's why. If you use acrobat it will be PDF and so on. This is an Ebook compiler :tazz:
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Nobody knows of anything that can do this?
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