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Shareware (Free to try)
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1.76 MB
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1216
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Windows All
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Publisher's Descriptions
ABB Web Icon Extractor convert all images in web page to icon, icon library, bmp, jpg, png files.

** Extract JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP images in web page.
** Saving of the extracted icons as ICO, ICL, JPG, PNG, BMP formats.
** Internet Explorer-like user interface.

ABB Web Icon Extractor will help you to convert all images in web page to icon/icon library/jpg/png/bmp files.



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