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Looking for pics to use in Visual Basic programs and other apps

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I'm looking for a WWW site where I can find pictures such as heart, lips, roses, etc (Doesn't matter in what format) - which will be saved and used for a programming application for private purpose only. Where can I find some?
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Question by:raziraz
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magigraf earned 50 total points
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raziraz...

Even if I give you some URL's it wouldn't be as better as telling you how to find them yourself.

The best way to find drawings on the net is to search with Alta Vista for example, "cliparts"
or use any extention you want if you have a format that you like.
Like  PCX, TIFF, BMP, EPS, CDR.

Of course shoot for the EPS or CDR since they are vector, and you could increase their size when you download the original file to any size without loosing quality.

Hope this has helped
Regards
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by:Gringo
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why don't you try xoom.com.. they've got a bunch of free clipart, sounds, and I think videos, too.  They also offer free web space
 
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