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USEFUL ICONS/GRAPHICS

Hello to my EE friends -

I need a little help in finding icons/graphics to represent the standard document types you may upload into a website.

What I have is a site that allows users to upload training documents in vrious formats (.doc, .ppt, .pdf, .zip, etc.) and I would like to associate a small gif image to the resultant display of the list of available documents for view.

Anyone out there know of a good place to download these files (for free of course) so I can incorporate them into my site?

R/Curtis
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coreybryantCommented:
Check out: http://www.winsite.com/win95/icons/ & I uploaded a few here that I had: http://www.coreybryant.org/ee/rcmb.html

Now, having said that, not too sure what the legalities are oof using these icons.   I have seen a lot of sites just create a small image that says DOC, PPT, ZIP, etc. Not too sure if you want to check into that as well

-Corey
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seanpowellCommented:
For those types of file extensions, perfectly legal, as they're in the public domain.

Just don't left me see you doing this :-)

<td><img src="pdf.gif"></td><td><a href="">myfiles.pdf</a></td>
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rcmbAuthor Commented:
Corey,

Thanks for the pictures. This is just what I needed and Sean thanks for the info.

R/Curtis
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