Do one of the following:
• Select a slice. (In ImageReady, you can select multiple slices.) Then Alt-drag (Windows) or Option-drag (Mac OS) from inside the selection. In ImageReady, you can also choose Slices > Duplicate Slice(s) or Duplicate Slice(s) from the Slice palette menu.
• (ImageReady) Select a slice in the Rollovers palette, and choose Duplicate Slice from the palette menu. (See "Using the Rollovers palette" on page 398.)
The duplicate slice appears on top of the original (offset 10 pixels down and to the right) and can be moved, resized, or otherwise modified.
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