Copying Splices

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Not sure if this goes in graphic design or web design, but going with graphic since this is a photoshop question. Let me know if this is the wrong place.

I have splices in photoshop that I would like to transfer over to other photoshop files. Is there a way to copy this, because they are very exact, and don't believe I could copy them through. What are your suggestions? Can the splices be copied?

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I'm not an expert by any means and I hope I have understood your post.

Is this helpful?

Or this?

If you have photoshop, just put up guides where you want to cut up the picture at (goto view>new guide) and then use the marquee tool to select the part of the picture then cut it. Then just paste it into a new file and you got one piece of your picture.
 
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yes, but not for this project... but i'm going to book mark that.

you know when you splice something up so that when you go to save for web it saves it as multiple images... I want to apply those splices so that I can use the same html code with different images. I want to do this because load time is faster on a bunch of smaller images then on one big one.. at least it will appear to be faster to the end user.
 

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