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i don't know if i understand you're question exactly...
you can right-click on an icon>>properties>>click-on-icon[up&left]>>browse youre icon.
or if you want to totally change the icons, they are locatet in /usr/share/icons/ ,you can replace them with you're own. better save you're icons to another directory and install them as an icon-theme.
I know I can change them in /usr.../icon/ But if you saw my screenshot. I have changed all the icons. Except The one for K-menu and Show desktop. Bottom left (they are still yellow), when others are grey. Any help on that. I searched the /usr/.../icons but I didn't find what I was looking for. They must be somewhere else
in KDE, try to right click on the Show Desktop icon, and u should be able to "remove" it... alternatively, there should be a way to remove it via one of the options in any right-clicks around the panel, or the Control Center... i remember doing it...
as for the K icon, sorry, no idea how to remove tat... i know u can change its picture tho'...