its 1997 and you just installed Microsoft Office '97 Professional. You have several different files that all go together for the same project. You have to edit all of them and then send them away. How do you do it?
You could open each seperate Office product, work on the documents seperatly, and then ZIP them up to send off. A better solution would be Microsoft Office's underappreciated Binder utility. With Binder you could open each section within the file and work on them while keeping all of the sections together.
Fast forward to Office 2003
Office XP had removed Binder but included a little know utility UnBind to extract the sections into seperate files to keep working on them. Office 2003 kept this function
along with its ugly 16 color icons. The solution? Replace the icons with this set.
Moving on, we find ourselves at Office 2007...Microsoft Binder is far from our minds and even the Unbind utility is gone now.
What if Binder were still part of Office 2007? What would the icons look like? What if someone were crazy enough to dig out old Office CDs just to install an old version of Binder...which still works with the new Office? What Icons would he use?
If you still can't get away from Binder and need some Office 2007 style icons for it, then this is perfect for you.
What if I only have Office 2003? Are there better Binder icons that match that style?
Well if you didn't read my giant diatribe above, you can get Office 2003 style icons right here.
What sizes are included for each icon?
256x256, 48x48, 32x32, 16x16 exactly like Office 2007 has.