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I'm designing a book reader, where I need to search functions: Search inside the book, and search on Google. How do I differentiate the icons without using Google's logo?

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closed as off topic by JonW Jul 23 '12 at 18:39

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Hi Eyal. I'm afraid that as per our FAQ icon request questions are off topic for this site. – JonW Jul 23 '12 at 18:40
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Including a "world" shape with the magnifying glass is commonly used for "Search the web" queries.

And then for the "inside search" the magnifying glass alone or maybe adding document or book shape along with it.

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