How Make These changes ?

Hi my boss ask me to make this change and send it to his outlook email when i finish and post it to our Website,  I have upload the picture to our webmanager  and paste it to  the HTML EDITOR  but i can only LINK the Whole picture it works perfect , but like you see on the  attached file i need to link like 5 parts of tne pictures please help, thanks
Cancant-Email-Instructions.pdf
alan2153Asked:
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alan2153Author Commented:
we have adobe photoshop cs3,front page 2003, can i make any changes using any of these softwares?
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creationdepotCommented:
The good new is that you can easily do it in Frontpage, and very easily at that. Frontpage will actually let you "draw" links on the image itself - called an imagemap - that will let you link each box you draw to a separate link. Then just upload the webpage and  you're done!

Use this link - it outlines each step and has pictures:
http://webdesign.about.com/od/frontpagehowtos/ht/htfpimagemap.htm

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alan2153Author Commented:
thanks, but how i open the file on front page?
 
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creationdepotCommented:
Open your PDF, go to file, save as (select JPEG), name the file and save to the same folder you will be saving the webpage to. Then from within Frontpage, import the image (should be an icon on the top menu bar, if not check the drop down menus - should be pretty obvious once you see it) to your webpage. Then from there the link I pasted above should help you on your way! Let me know if you are still having problems with it!
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alan2153Author Commented:
but now when i use the drawing tool menubar i selected rectangle and select the piece the i want, the rectangle is on top of the logo or image the i selected it work that way but i can't se the logo or image after i save
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creationdepotCommented:
It doesnt sound like you're using the right tool - let's make sure we're on the same page here.

1) First open up your webpage in Frontpage.
2) Make sure we're working from the right toolbar by going to the "View" menu, dropping down to "Toolbars," and then finally selecting the "Pictures" toolbar if it isn't already checked. If it is checked it is open somewhere on your screen already. The shapes for creating "hot spots" are on the right hand side of that Pictures toolbar.
3) Select the image on your page that you want to put the image map on.
4) Click on the rectangle hotspot tool, and draw a box around the section you want to link up.
5) If you're linking to another webpage, navigate to it and select it, otherwise just type in your web address that you're trying to link up to.
6) Save your work and check it out in a web browser.

I think you're just using the wrong toolbar and that's what's causing the confusion.
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alan2153Author Commented:
Thank You for your help , I was using the wrong tool  
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creationdepotCommented:
No problem! Happy to help!
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alan2153Author Commented:
Thanks.
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