Re: Hard-to-Identify Icons on Taskbar
I probably don't understand your issue, but the buttons (whether from Office
2007 or other applications) on my taskbar include the identical icons as are
in the Quick Launch area. Admittedly, they are small, but seem pretty
distinctive (style and color) to my eyes. Perhaps if you played around
with the Personalization settings you might find better visual attributes?
"arlo" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Thanks, but maybe I wasn't clear on what the problem is, because I don't
> think your reply answered my question.
> When I'm going back and forth among different programs and documents I
> open, I need to just glance at the icon and then click on it. If I have to
> spend any more than 1 second trying to figure out which one is Word or
> one is Mail, then I'm frustrated. My Mozilla icon is a bright orange
> ball --
> easy to recognize. Same with Juno - a big bright J. But the Office 2007
> are a nondescript, pale blue that I can't easily recognize.
> Why is this? And why are these icons not the same ones that are on the
> Quicklaunch to the left?
> "A://P20k" wrote:
>> You Can Press Alt+Tab to Exit Program's without shutting them off, or you
>> Right Click on the task bar, Then > Hide > i dont think it's Actually
>> Possible To Identify them Unless you use Risky 3rd party programs.. wich
>> could contain viruses
>> Trojens ect.
>> C://Cdotrun C://RunDotrun
>> "arlo" wrote:
>> > Since I switched over of Windows Vista and Office 2007, I'm having a
>> > terrible
>> > time efficiently navigating between my open programs and documents
>> > because
>> > the Office 2007 icons are so pale I can't easily identify them, in
>> > particular
>> > Word, Mail, Publisher, even Excel which is a different color is hard to
>> > ID.
>> > On the Quicklaunch to the left, the icons are slightly better (still
>> > not
>> > great). Can I do anything to make them more legible? And why are they
>> > not
>> > identical to the icons on the Quicklaunch? All my other icons in open
>> > documents are normal and easy to recognize.