Sharp = Dressed Icons

Sharp = Dressed Icons

To make icons look better, Windows 95 uses three standard-size icons;16-by-16, 32-by-32, and 48-by-48. These three standard sizes should beincluded in any ICO file you create for inclusion in your program. Windows95 resizes icons to fit the available space on caption bars, the desktop,and so forth. It most often chooses the closest size to its needs beforeresizing in order to minimize distortion. Good-looking icons will makeyour application look better to your user. You must use an editor thatwill support these resolutions in one ICO file. You can assign this Iconto the Icon property in a Form or MDIForm and WIN95 will use the icon ofthe appropriate size.

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