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Hi cassie, I usually create a class which extends a JFrame and contains everything I want for my popup window. Then add an actionListener to the button you want to open the form. On the button being clicked I create an instance of my popup window form, call the method to make it do something and then call myform.show(). there are probably better ways but it works [ April 12, 2004: Message edited by: Amy Phillips ]