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Learn with Free Web Graphics and other stuff 
<< Also find general Free Backgrounds and Stuff! via the Web Imaging Lab
'How To' JUST ADD TEXT plus a few other bits!
There are 20+ images on most of these pages so please be patient!
miscellaneous
frames
round animated
square animated
rectangle 3D
rectangle 3D big
rectangle 3D curve
rectangle simple
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The images offered on the following pages were all created by Ron Woolley,
and are free to copy only for personal use on private Web pages.
They must not be offered, free or otherwise, on any other web site or
via any other media without my written expressed permission.
As only part of the dtp-aus.com Tutorials, these pages are not repositories for the millions of free web graphic objects that are widely available on the web. Instead I have chosen to offer basic image objects that people new to HTML page design might find useful, plus offer a few simple lessons and exercises that will surely get the learner well and truly into using painting programs to manipulate their own images - thus becoming more self reliant as web designers. Lessons feature Photoshop and Paint Shop Pro. READ Saving Info before exploring the sample pages.
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S a v i n g  I n f o :
First I remind you of the copyright restrictions as described above.
Copying the buttons, frames and miscellaneous images is easy. Make sure you have a prepared folder (directory) ready for the downloads. Choose the images you want to use and/or alter for your own personal web pages and do the following for each image:

Internet Explorer- Place the cursor over the required image. Right Mouse Button click and select the "Save Picture as..." option from the dropdown menu, find your prepared folder in the option window that then appears and "Save".

Netscape Navigator- Place the cursor over the required image. Right Mouse Button click and select the "Save Image As..." option from the dropdown menu, find your prepared folder in the option window that then appears and "Save".

Other Browsers- Find the relevant menu or image drop down menu and follow options similar to those described for Internet Explorer and Netscape.

Macintosh- Follow the above steps for your browser, except hold the mouse button down or use the double click option if it is enabled in your version of the Mac operating system to get the relevant menu options.

A s s i s t a n c e
If you have had little experience with painting programs and you wish to alter, add text, or change colours on some of the buttons then go to the How To! pages for lessons. Instructions for easily and correctly altering the size of the frames and adding your own pictures are included too. All the lessons are designed to help the learner through set tasks.

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