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How can I split pictures to put them in web page inside tables and cells using PhotoShope 7 ?
I know PhotoShope can split and produce a HTML file contains the design and image folder contains the splitted images..

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http://www.2ginc.com/tutorials/pstips16.html has very clear instructions.

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Use the slice tool to slice up your image.

Then go to file>save for web ..

save the images to the relevant settings (gifs are usually good) .

Save it to a folder and boom .. the images will be sliced and it will also have saved a html page with the images in cells.
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Thanks Eternal_Student that's what I need... but do u have some instruction about slic tool ?
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http://www.arraich.com/ref/aatool_slice6.htm is all about the slice tool. (sorry about not writing this out, but why waste database space when the link is a tutorial anyways)
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no problem.

But be careful how you slice up your design because if you dont do it accurately you will be left with a lot of small images that are un-neccessary.
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Like Eternal says, it would be good to make a backup copy of the original image.
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by:daleoran
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You need to goto ImageReady 7 that is supplied with PS 7

http://www.gurusnetwork.com/tutorial/image_slicing/2/

Michael

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