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I needed some icons to fit my small command buttons.  So, I created 64x64 icons (using IconEdit software which I downloaded) with small drawings at the center.  I used them on my small graphical command buttons.  I've installed this application on other PCs and some of them displayed these icons LARGELY.  Can anyone tell me why is this so?  I didn't find any difference in display settings of the PC which I am using from the ones which displays the icons incorrectly.
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waty earned 100 total points
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Icons should be in 16x16 or 32x32 format in order to be displayed well in all ways.

If you want icons, I have several hundred icons categorized. Give me your e-mail, I will send them to you
waty.thierry@usa.net
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Actually, your answer is right.  I've already figured this out by myself half an hour after posting this question.  Thanks anyway.  Do keep on supporting Experts Exchange.
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