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    Hi. I was wondering what the best way is to split up large images for use in tables? Is there a program out there that can do a nice job of this? Right now I just use my graphic program to split them up but I always have to do it over and over so that the pictures go together right.

    Michael
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    SitePoint Wizard TWTCommish's Avatar
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    Hi,

    Try ImageDicer, I've used it myself and it's perfect for the task you're referring to:
    http://www.ziplink.net/~shoestring/dicer01.htm

    It's only .5 MB!



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    SitePoint Wizard big_al's Avatar
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    Well I use photoshop 5.5 which comes bundled with Adobe Image Ready, it is by far the best program I have come across and it also is a great web graphic opimizer, the added ability to create animation and rollovers makes it my prefrance for most of my web graphic designs when using PhotoShop aswell.

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    In Photoshop 5.0, you can press CTR R and a ruler appears. Then click on the horizontal ruler to get a horizontal line. Click on the verticle ruler to get a verticle line. You drag one you click on a ruler to a point where you want it. Oh it's kinda hard for me to explain here. They have a great tutorial at http://www.designsbymark.com.

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    I use Fireworks 3.0 from Macromedia and it offers almost perfectly integrated slicing and Javascript effects in graphics. Which program do you use currently?


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