Best FREE Software (Used and Rated by Loungers)

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OK, sounds like a winner. I look forward to exploring it.

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Enjoy! :cheers:
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I don’t know how many people use an image to icon converter (free of course) at some time or another, but I am one and have tried many, either online or downloadable. SimplyIcon which can be found at http://www.smoothdraw.com/simplyicon" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; is a portable downloadable programme and is the easiest of all those I have tried.

The following is from the website:
Simply create windows icon files (.ICO format) by drag-and-drop images on to this program. Actually I wrote this program because I need a simple tool to generate icons, but I haven't found any decent free ones. This program generates down-sampled 32x32, 24x24 and 16x16 levels automatically. It will also generate the 128x128 level if your source image is equal to or larger than 128x128.
System Requirement: .NET Framework 2.0

Hope someone else might find it useful.
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TX George. :cheers:
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Hello everybody....

My main interest is VBA.

A free utility that has saved me many times is pretty code print. I'ts not maintained any more and is "discontinued". But it is in my humble opinion very good and free and available at https://submain.com/retired/products/pr ... print.aspx" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;.

I'ts an add in rather than a program as such. Very good for documenting code for clients and excellent for walkthroughs!!!

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TX for the contribution. :smile:
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I have split off a sequence of posts to the new thread About Renamer Lite
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