The Generic Folder Icon appears to the right of the toolbar name. The built-in toolbars use specific icons as follows:
|Toolbar||Icon Description||Icon File/Number|
|Office||Four-color puzzle piece superimposed over a folder||msoffice.exe,12|
|Desktop||Desk lamp and a desk||shell32.dll,35|
|Quickshelf||Blue book superimposed over a folder||msoffice.exe,13|
|Favorites||Folder that contains a blue asterisk||msoffice,14|
The button icon for a toolbar is a per user setting at:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\8.0\Shortcut Bar\Toolbars\<Toolbar Name>\Face
where Face is a type REG_SZ entry. Set it to the file name, followed by a comma and the icon index number, starting at 1.
The file must in the office sub-folder (C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office) or the %SystemRoot%\System32 sub-folder.
Exit and restart the toolbar for the change to take effect.
Here are some common icons:
|Icon File/Number||Icon Description|
|Shell32.dll,4||Generic folder (closed)|
|Shell32.dll,5||Generic folder (open)|
|Shell32.dll,20||Folder with superimposed icon|
|Shell32.dll,21||Open folder with paper|
|Shell32.dll,37||Folder with superimposed icon|
|Shell32.dll,40||Microsoft Windows logo|