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Picture is supposed to be animated

The attached picture is supposed to be animated, but it is not working in my web page (Created in Compozer and Gimp).  Please see attached file.  I would like to know how to make it animated.  
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GzzrtCommented:
The picture didn't attach, so it's hard to tell.
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blerman456Author Commented:
Did it attach now?
computers-two.gif
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blerman456Author Commented:
Here is another version of it that is animated in Word when I preview it.  
J0300520.GIF
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brundoCommented:
Hi,

this one is not animated, so i started with the original from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/clipart/results.aspx?qu=computer&sc=23#96. After download, the picture will be in your My Documents\My Pictures\Microsoft Clip Organizer folder and we can start :-)).

When you open an animated picture in GIMP, you can see its layers (animation phases) - see attached picture. If not, choose (in GIMP 2.6) Windows > Dockable DialogsLayers. If you want to see each step of animation , you can uncheck all eyes in the list, leaving only one layer visible.

When saving a picture with layers in GIF format, you will be asked what to do with layers... choose Save as animation. In the next dialog delay between animation phases can be input.

-animation-layers.png
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blerman456Author Commented:
Thanks so much
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