I need to implement something that I thought using frames would resolve but it doesn't

I have a project that has a left side menu using images and pop-up menus generated using Macromedia Fireworks.  My client wants the menus to stay on the left side.  On the right side is a listing of presentations that when the user clicks on it, the presentation is opened in a new window.  The presentation uses frames with audio in the top frame and powerpoint, word, or pdf in the bottom frame.  My client wants the presentation to open so that the menu on the left is always available.

I tried using frames but the left menu is longer than what is displayed on the screen so I had to turn on scrolling which doesn't look good but I could live with except, the pop-up menus are hidden in the frame because I have it set to the width of the graphics.  

Any ideas how I can code this to get it to work?  I am open to any suggestions even if not using frames.
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creaye a page with your nav bar on the left, and place an <iframe> to the right of that. You can stuff your various presentations in the <iframe> and the nav bar will remain static.

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dyaroshAuthor Commented:
Perfect!  Just what I needed.  Thanks
No worries - glad to help.
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