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Image in Table with HTML

I could see several pages with an image file divided into 2 or more pieces and each part is inserted to each table cell.

I would like to know how they divided the image so precisely? Which software do they use? Does Fireworks has this kind of function? Thanks
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Tommy HuiEngineerCommented:
Fireworks and Imagestyler both have this capability. This is how they do image rollovers really easily.
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hongsikchoiAuthor Commented:
How can I do this in Fireworks 2.0?

For example, I have a picture normal picture that is:

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Width 200 pixels
Height 200 pixels

I want to seperate them into 4 pieces having

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|         |         |
|     1   |    2    |
|         |         |
|         |         |
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|         |         |
|         |         |
|    3    |    4    |
|         |         |
|         |         |
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Width 50 pixels
Height 50 pixels

and put them into 4 cells in a table in Dreamweaver 2.




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Tommy HuiEngineerCommented:
I'm not sure about Fireworks 2.0, but in 1.0, you can only do this with exporting. Look under the help for "slicing" or "Sliced objects".

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hongsikchoiAuthor Commented:
I wanted to know how it is done...
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