You can add a variety of different states to the slices and image maps in an image. To add a rollover state to a slice or image map:
1 In the Rollover palette or the image, select the slice or image map you want to add the rollover state to.
Note: If slices are not visible in the Rollovers palette, select Include Slices and Image Maps in the Palette Options dialog box to display them. (See "Using the Rollovers palette"on page 398.)
2 Do one of the following in the Rollovers palette:
• Click the Create Rollover State button j.
• Choose New Rollover State from the palette menu.
3 Use the default rollover state assigned by ImageReady, or select a different rollover state. (See "Editing rollover states" on page 400.)
4 Modify the layers used in the rollover state. (See "About working with layers in rollovers and animations" on page 396.)
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