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Pull Down Menu Question

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My question is about the HTML made 'Pull Down Menu'  I want to be able to qucikly get to an item by typing the begining of the letter's.  Currently it will qucikly get me to A-Z.

For example: (Items)
Abe
Apple
Art

If I yped A, it would go to the first item of 'Abe' but I want to know if you can type like Ar to get to 'Art'

Is this possible?  and how can it be acheived?
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I was looking for somthing that worked with the pull down menu.  
If you have any ideas, please let me know.

Thanks for the input.
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