Apr 8, 2011
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Stock Images for Accounting Products and Web Sites

Creating a financial on-line portal or releasing accounting product? Thinking of using old-fashioned icons for navigation and toolbars just to get graphics out of the way? You don’t have to! With readily available stock images there’s no need to rely on beat-up old icons or spend months waiting for your custom images to arrive. Money Toolbar Icons are instantly available and come with full previews at www.toolbar-icons.com, so no surprises and no delays in supplying your order!

Empowering your software with slick, modern graphics improves its appearance, increasing your sales potential. The set of Money Toolbar Icons includes more than a hundred pictures depicting objects and symbols commonly used in financial Web sites and applications. Money Toolbar Icons depict paper currencies and coinage, checks and credit cards, employees and clients as well as numerous other symbols and persons used in the financial industry.

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Technically, placing a single order gets you more than a hundred unique accounting images, each supplied in a variety of sizes, resolutions, color and file formats. 256-color and 32-bit True Color variants are available for every image. All pictures are supplied in ICO, GIF, PNG and BMP formats and are supplied in resolutions of 48×48, 32×32, 24×24, 20×20 and 16×16 pixels. In addition, each image is supplied in three different states: normal, highlighted and disabled.

Stock icons are instantly available, saving you weeks and money on making your own graphics. You can see exactly what you’ll be getting by visiting www.toolbar-icons.com. The page lists all pictures with full previews, making your order free of hassle and surprises associated with ordering your icons to make. With Money Toolbar Icons, you will be getting icons depicting Dollar and Euro currencies in notes and coins, Credit cards, Checks and Money Bags, Exchange and Currency conversion, and many more concepts, actions and people employed in the financial industry.

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