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Mouse-overs in Front Page How-to?

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I am able to create a mouse-over using two images. But the mouse-overs places the second image underneath(in the same place) as the origial image. I would like to place an image on the left side of my page and create the mouse-over to appear in the middle or the right side of the page. Can I do this in Front Page or add some code in front page to accomplish this?

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CraigBFGCommented:
Frontpage cannot do this natively, you'll have to use some Javascript code
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coreybryantCommented:
Actually FP can do this as well:

Go to Format - Dynamic HTML Effects.  This is where you can choose the mouse over option when you highlight your image.

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