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Jscript Runtime error, Object Expected

Jscript Runtime error, Object Expected

Jscript Runtime error, Object Expected

(OP)
I created a Navigation Bar in Photoshop and added rollover effects in Image ready to the slices that involved the buttons.  After importing all the images and the html document and placing the top frame, I went to preview to be sure the rollover effects were working and got the following message
Microsoft Development Environment
An exception of type Microsoft Jscript runtime error: object expected" was not handled".  I hade loaded Microsoft Script Editor and it goes to the HTML document and highlights text that starts with "change images . . . and highlights images that refer to this rollover effect.
I do not code [sigh] and I don't know what it is looking for!  It does work when I just preview it in IE5 before I place the navbar in Front Page.

Help.  I know I might have to give up using frames.  I thought it might impress a prospective employer [I am trying to build an online resume where each button would load a different section of my resume into the "main" frame.

Thanks

Amanda

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