Creating rollover image menu... Please help!

Hi there

Im trying to create a rollover image menu that basically has 3 images. One for inactive, one for hover and one for active link. Im currently in Dreamweaver CS4 and have tried using rollover image which doesnt seem to be an option. I have also tried changing the background position depending on status of the current div, such as, a:hover or a:active.
Im unable to get anywhere with these and would be thankful if someone could paste me a couple of lines in the right direction.

Thanks
Niels

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http://www.alistapart.com/articles/onionskin/

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