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System Administrator Symbol / Icon for Powerpoint 2003

Posted on 2006-07-16
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Hi,

Ok here is a tricky one. I am looking for a icon/image that will can somehow signafy a "system administrator". This is to go into a PowerPoint presentation. Now here is the hard one - I would like it to scale so if I need to enlarge/shrik it would maintain its aspect ratio. Now I am assigning it maximun points (500)- as I am going to be very selective - as in it has to look good for me to use it. So I might not accept the first one that I get.

Thanks,

Ward.
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Try looking here--20,000 icon images:
http://www.iconlibrary.com
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