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    How To Slice An Image Into Smaller Images

    Introduction

    When you are creating HTML pages containing image, a common task is to slice up a big image into multiple smaller images, for example if you want to place the small images in <TABLE> cells. (Although for some uses, you may be able avoid having to do this slicing by using Imagemaps).

    (If you don't understand HTML then get yourself a good HTML Tutorial).
    • If you have a good quality professional painting software, it may include a built-in function to slice images up like this for you.

    • If not, all is not lost, with a bit of inventiveness it's possible to slice images up in this way using the Paint accessory that comes with Microsoft Windows.
    In this tutorial, I'll show you how to slice images up using the Paint accessory. There are five chapters in this tutorial:
    1. Slicing Images Vertically Into Two Segments
      In this chapter, I'll show you how to slice a large image vertically into two smaller images.

    2. Slicing Images Vertically Into Multiple Segments
      Next, we'll learn how to extend the technique to slice a large image vertically into any number that you like, of smaller images.

    3. Slicing Images Horizontally Into Two Segments
      In this chapter, I'll show you how to slice a large image horizontally into two smaller images.

    4. Slicing Images Horizontally Into Multiple Segments
      Next, we'll learn how to extend the technique to slice a large image horizontally into any number that you like, of smaller images.

    5. Slicing Images Vertically and Horizontally Into Multiple Segments
      Finally, we'll combine the techniques that we've learned in the previous chapters to slice a large image into as many vertical and horizontal pieces as you like.

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