New Flash website, can't get out of button state

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This is my first flash website and I'm having problems loading content based on button presses. I have 3 buttons only across the top of my site. PORTFOLIO, ABOUT, & CONTACT. I can click on one of the buttons, and that then enters its down state (graphic instance) and loads the proper content in the page. However, when I click on a different button, nothing happens and the same content and button remain loaded.

Any ideas as to where my problem might be? I realize this might be hard to "debug" without seeing the .fla so I've uploaded here if you have a moment.

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Thanks so much for your time.

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Dan
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you need to put the code on all the link movie clips after each keyframe, the only place you have the on(release) is in the intro and home areas
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Thanks for the quick reply.

I'm looking for the code " on(release) " in the intro and home areas (and others for that matter), and can't seem to find them. I don't believe I ever added that actionscript, so I'm a bit confused as to where it is and also what it is doing.

Can you point me in the right area to look.

Forgive my ignorance :)

Thanks again,
dan
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Doh. Think I found it. Thanks for pointing that out!

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Yup - that was it! Thanks, works out well now.

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