Ok...I am on page 10 of the "welcome to macox" book
the icons in the green window are just simple icons..save any picture with graphic converter or Photo Shop, as .jpg and they will look exactly the same
Hope it works
use graphic convertor then change preference under save:icons change the icon 128X128 then select the dog eared too for the folded over part
then u change the view option of finder to dislay it in bigger icons and u could get that page 10 of yours
Here's an easy way to do it without Graphic Converter, but you have to do one at a time:
1. In Preview, open a graphic file
2. Choose Copy (Command + C)
The entire graphic is now copied to the clipboard
3. In Finder, select the file's icon
4. Show Info (Command + I)
5. Select the generic graphic icon on the Show Info Panel (in 10.1, it is selected by default).
6. Choose Paste (Command + V).
The graphic image from the clipboard is now pasted in full, glorious color and detail, as the file's icon.
This is great to do just a couple files, but if you have large numbers of files that you're looking to get a preview icon for, Graphic Converter is great.
If you haven't figured it out by now, Apple doesn't use REAL screenshots in their manuals... their design dept. uses elements of screenshots and gussies them up for print. You'll find all sorts of things that don't exist in X in the manual... Hell in the Public Beta manual they added DropShadows to Classic windows cause it looked better.