Diane, Thanks for the reply. I am looking into the components capabilities in MX 2004. I saw that MX 2004 professional has a "menu" component in it, but I do not have professional, just regular MX 2004. I haven't used Flash since version 5.x so I am a bit lost with all of this. I will take your suggestion and run with it to see where I can get, thanks. On 2/25/04 8:55 PM, "Diane Soini" <dianesoini at earthlink.net> wrote: > If you are using Flash MX 2004 take a look at the components. Find the > components panel and drag a combo-box component to the stage. You will > now have a pre-built drop down box. Use the reference material included > with MX 2004 to learn about all the parameters you can set for it to > make it work. For one thing, you will have to define an onchange > function for it. > > Diane > > On Wednesday, February 25, 2004, at 03:42 PM, > thelist-request at lists.evolt.org wrote: > >> Subject: Re: [thelist] ::| Simple Flash Pull Down Menu | :: >> >> >> I would like to make this HTML code... >> >> >> <form action="" name="default"> >> <select size="1" name="select2" style="font-size: 8pt"> >> <option>Item 1</option> >> <option>Item 2</option> >> <option>Item 3</option> >> <option>Item 4</option> >> </select> >> </form> >> >> >> ...work in Flash, however that may be. I also need Item 1, Item 2, >> Item 3, >> Item 4 to be linked to unique URLs once they are selected, or on Mouse >> release? What's the best way to make this type of HTML functionality >> work >> in Flash MX 2004?