Load image to Label componet

How Could I load image to backgroung of label component?
I want to use text with some background.
It is possible or not? if it doesn't possible so can I to do it with other component?
Thanks.

Check this:
http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/javawt/book/ch12.pdf
I hope it could help in the world of AWT!!
Rulx

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