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Catalog Item Icon Types

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Windows Mobile Not SupportedWindows Embedded CE Supported
8/27/2008

The Catalog Items View contains a number of icons used to represent object types. These icons make it possible for you to differentiate between Catalog item objects and their status at a glance.

For information about Catalog items, see Catalog Item Management.

The following table describes the symbols that the Catalog Items View uses to differentiate among the items in the Catalog.

Symbol Description

Square

When a group of similar Catalog items uses this icon to display the items, you can choose more than one item from the group.

Circle

When a group of similar Catalog items uses this icon to display the items, you can choose only one item from the group.

Red X

Specifies that the selected Catalog item is excluded from the OS design.

Green square

Specifies that the selected Catalog item is brought in by dependency into the OS design.

Green check mark

Specifies an user-selected Catalog item. The selected item is directly brought into the OS design.

Red exclamation mark

Specifies that there is an associated notification for the selected Catalog item.

Concepts

Catalog Editor

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