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CCIES Folder and Link Icons

Organize Your Links and Files Downloaded from the CCIES at
The Kinsey Institute
Website in Distinctive Folders

Raymond J. Noonan, Ph.D.
CCIES Website Editor

Chapter URL:  http://www.kinseyinstitute.org/ccies/icons.php    Retrieved: 

[Note from the CCIES Website Editor:  Please send any additions, corrections, or updated information to:  Raymond J. Noonan, Ph.D.]

 

We hope the CCIES at The Kinsey Institute website becomes a useful destination for your research on sexuality around the World. Should you wish to save a link to the website on your desktop or in a folder, you might find the descriptive icons below useful to distinguish the link from other weblinks/shortcuts that are there. Or you might use them to organize your files or to identify a folder that contains files downloaded from the website. To save them, just right-click over the icon’s image, then select the appropriate action (“save [link] target as...”, etc.) and save it to a place where you can find it. It will be a file ending in .ico. Do not “save image/picture as...,” because that will not be recognized as an icon file. Alternately, today's browsers may open the icon link in a separate window; if that is the case, you may simply click “File, Save [page] as...” from the top menu bar. To use it as an icon (in a Windows environment), open the link’s/folder’s properties, click “Change Icon...,” “Customize [folder, etc....],” as the case may be, then select it from the folder where you saved it or moved it.*  That's all there is to it. Enjoy!


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Asia-Pacific  
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Europe-Africa

The Americas

The World    
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* We’re checking into their use in a Mac environment.