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Sharepoint "Adding thumbnail picture to folders (picture liberary/document liberary)"

Posted on 2010-11-24
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I am trying to create a document lib with the visual effect for users to know where to click.

Like in a pictur lib you can add preview and see the jpg image thumb besides the file it self.

Now what id like to do is add a picture to the folder it self or any other way to list a picture thumb besides the folder.
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by:firmapost
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thx
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by:sharepointguru14
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are you asking to change the folder image to some other image?
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No but i got around the problem by using the buildt in thunbnail feature, going to close this question
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by:firmapost
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As stated in the previous post, closing the question as its no way to do this without programming. And my client accepted the buildt in thumbnail preview.
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