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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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by:Gzzrt
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The picture didn't attach, so it's hard to tell.
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Did it attach now?
computers-two.gif
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Here is another version of it that is animated in Word when I preview it.  
J0300520.GIF
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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.

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Thanks so much
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