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Access 2007 Form Icons or Graphics

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Hi Guys / Gals
I am designing some Access 2007 Forms and when the form creates it defaults to a graphic of a form at the top left, or report etc...
Where can I find some similar icon examples for forms like, Companies, Contacts, Appointments etc..
I have seen a similar sample app online when searching
http://www.ssw.com.au/ssw/Standards/Rules/RulestoBetterAccessUI.aspx
ANy help would be appreciated
I have searched for Clipart, but as you will see on the Access 2007 example the icons look very similar to proper Access icons
Thanks in advance
Paul
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Wizard_IT

Browse sites like this:
http://www.iconarchive.com/category/system-icons.html

They are mostly Icons, but you can grab many of the many Icon-->Bitmap conversion programs to convert them.

JeffCoachman
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