Hi Gregory ... Here's what I do (1) Create a new document, exactly a square (20x20) (note: helpful to zoom in a few times) (2) Create an exact circle (hold down shift in some programs to keep it proportional). Make the circle the same size as the image, i.e. (20x20). (Note, I usually cheat and start with a larger square, make the circle exactly the size I want, centre it, then resize the canvas.) (3) Once the circle is exactly placed within the square, fill it, or outline it, whatever you want. Then I take 1/4 of the square file and crop the rest of the document away. I would end up with a 10x10 square file. (4) Save image for web, then rotate it 3 times 90 degrees each time to get the other corners. Here's an example I just did on the weekend. In this case, I only wanted the outline of a corner. http://www.worldlinksgpa.com/about.asp HTH, Michele ----- Original Message ----- From: <gregory.john.toland at census.gov> | Does anyone know how to create images with rounding corners? For example, | the menu tabs at the top of http://www.stand.org.