Actionscript to close a windowless flash animation

How do I create a button that will close my flash animation?
The animation is windowless and positioned absolutley using DIV tags much like those pesky flash popup ads on some sites.

If you could help by telling me which actionscript to use or posting it I would appreciate it or if anyone knows of a tutorial or fla example somewhere to download?
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You can hide the layer in html/js once the flash has finished playing, but as far as I know you cannot 'close' the flash embedded in an html page

You can "remove" your flash using Css and javascript

In the header of your html document add this script:
<script type="text/javascript">
  // "flashContainer" is the id of the div-tag containing your movie
  function fromFlash(){ document.getElementById("flashContainer").style.display = 'none' }

In flash add this function to your "close button":

Jakob E

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Insomniac_PhDAuthor Commented:
I'll give that a try in a few.  Thanks.
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Hi Insomniac_PhD,

Did it solve your problem, or is this question still open?

~ Jakob E

Insomniac_PhDAuthor Commented:
So very sorry.  Been away from the boards due to busy work shedule.  Yes it did solve the issue.  Thanks and sorry for the wait.
No problem :)
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