In our WrapUp earlier this morning we talked about how a new build of Office 2010 Beta had been leaked, and in this build Microsoft included new icons for each of the applications. It didn’t take long for someone to extract all of the icons from the release and assemble them into an icon pack, which is exactly what one DeviantArt user did (our download mirror).

I’ve pasted the icons for each of the main applications below, and that includes Access 2010, Excel 2010, InfoPath 2010, OneNote 2010, Outlook 2010, PowerPoint 2010, Project 2010, Publisher 2010, Visio, 2010, and Word 2010 (in that exact order). Each of the icons are 256×256 pixels, and come in both ICO and PNG formats if you download the pack. In all there are over 60 different icons included in the download.

What do I think of them? Well, I actually like them. They feel modern, and one of the first things I thought of when I saw them for the first time was how much they reminded me of the icons Adobe uses… mostly because of how prominent the lettering is on them. I think they fit the Office Suite well.

Here are the full uncompressed icons for the 10 primary applications:

Access.png Excel.png InfoPath.png OneNote.png Outlook.png PowerPoint.png Project.png Publisher.png Visio.png Word.png

[via Redmond Pie]

There Are 13 Comments

  1. Looking good but you can’t change the program icons shown in the taskbar and in Vista you can’t change icons of documents. In XP it is possible to change the icons of documents from file assocication. Or is there a way?

  2. What is the license for your Outlook icon? is is possible to use it in a thunderbird addon?

  3. I installed 2010 on my pc and the excel icon does not display correct. How can I change it?
    thanks

  4. It looks like you haven’t add Microsoft Lync.

  5. Sharepoint is also one of the primary applications!

  6. I want to have only the icons in Excel and Word. Not their definition. How do I do that?

  7. I wish to have only the icons in the ribbon, not their name. How do I do that?

  8. Where is Sharepoint?!

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