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Where do I find images for WinForms buttons?

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I have a WinForms app with some buttons that do pretty standard operations like Move Next, Save, Delete, etc. I would like to display them with images instead of text. I'd be happy to use the images that are used by the BindingNavigator component if I could find them. If not those, then there must be a standard set of images available somewhere. Can somebody point me in the right direction? Thanks.
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search for free win icons....
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Thanks. I got some useful icons that way. But I'm really looking for the images that are part of the .NET Framework and are used by the BindingNavigator component. Do you know where I can find those? I imagine that they must be accessible somewhere within the framework files I just dont know where.
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There is a zip file at C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\VS2005ImageLibrary that contains a lot of good icons, buttons, etc
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