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    question about image/text effect on roll over

    Hi,

    I have a design question. I'm working on the design (URL) below, and I would like to create two effects when the mouse rolls over the "Scour Mate," "Grill Wizard," and "Scrubbie" links.


    http://www.otherworlddesigns.com/dean6.html


    Right now, when I mouse over the words, it will show information on the right-hand side of the screen. In addition to that, I would like it to show a different image where the grill photo is located, but only on roll over. Is this possible? I'm just learning the program, so it would be helpful if you could give me step-by-step instructions.


    Many Thanks,


    Amy Martin

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    http://www.angelfire.com/ky3/rguy/index3.html
    Download my sample file to learn how to use sprites and tell target.
    Also go to Total Impact and read the tell target article in the tutorial section and also go to DB and read their tutorial.
    http://members.fortunecity.com/rguy1/index1.html

    Reply if you need more help.
    Best Wishes, ~~~~
    RGuy1

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    If you havent already....

    Convert your text object to a button.

    Enter the over state.

    select the text in the over state.

    Insert and move your image where you need it.

    You may have to reset the order so the image is
    displayed behind the the text.

    Here's a little movie

    http://oaklanddesign.com/files/466.gif

    Frets

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    Thank you!

    Thank you so much for the help. I'll try out your suggestions today.

    Amy Martin

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