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I have built a screen of buttons for a conference room schedule.  I need to click on the appropriate button and bring up a small pop-up window to display the information for that conference room.  I am very new at this, and would appreciate your help.  Carol Brown
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You don't need different applets for this. Just spawn the windows  from your button-bar applet directly. ie:

Frame f = new Frame("Conference room one");
f.setSize( 400,400 );
f.setVisible(true);

Of course you'll have to create the content for the window.
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Thanks so much.  I was making it harder than it needed to be.  You have the undying gratitude of a newbie.  Carol Brown
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