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Name your rollovers so you can recognize which one should be used when. For example, the original link to a section called "school" might be referred to as schoolOff, while the version appearing when the user rolls over it might be called schoolOver.

When you're ready to output the images and/or HTML code, choose File I Save Optimized As. Under Format, specify whether to output the HTML and/or the images. If you want ImageReady to write the JavaScript code necessary to make the rollovers work, you must let it output the HTML. (Otherwise, you'll have to write the code yourself.) Select which output settings to use from the Settings menu, or choose Other to edit those settings. Finally, specify whether to output only the selected slices or all the slices. For more tips on using the Save Optimized As dialog box, refer to Chapter 10.

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