Editing Buttons Many sites will offer a blank button that you can customize. My few attempts at this process have worked out okay, but this process is probably much easier than I am making it! We are going to make look like After selecting the button or image that you want to customize, follow the instructions below. 1. Click on START, PROGRAMS, MICROSOFT IMAGE COMPOSER, 1.5. This is a program that is available on the FrontPage 98 CD. 2. Click on FILE, OPEN, and find your image so that you can work with it. 3. In the toolbar on the left-hand side you will see “A,” which is the text button. Click it once. 4. The text toolbox opens. Click inside the image and drag a box where you want your text to go. Depending on what font size, font, etc., was used last, your box may grow or shrink. Type in the words that you want to add to the button. If you can’t see the text, it is because the color is set to white. Double click the white rectangle on the bottom right-hand side of the toolbox to choose another color. 5. Adjust the size, box shape, etc., until you get your image looking just the way you want it. 6. When you click off and loose the textbox, you are finished. If more work needs to be completed, double click the words so that the textbook reappears. 7. Choose file, SAVE AS so that the original image isn’t altered. Change the name to something you’ll remember forever and ever! I’m sure that the creators of Image Composer never planned on having their instructional process slaughtered by me! Image Composer is really neat, and it is the program I use to lighten dark pictures, also. Good luck in your editing endeavors!