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Office 2004 - Icons & resources folder

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Suppose I would like to replace the file association icons in Office 2004, how would I go about? I cannot right-click on Word, Excel, PP, or Entourage to "show package contents" and get to the resources folder (where I thought these icons would be located) since these applications do not appear to be packaged. Does anybody know where Office 2004 keeps its file association icons?
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