innerText does not work in Mozilla FF

Dear Experts,

I'm changing classic ASP web App so that it works in all Browsers.
The main issue is JavaScript and I use Mozilla Web Developer to track the JS errors.

I faced this problem:
I have a JS Function

<SELECT name="Agency" id="Agency" size=7 style="WIDTH:150px;" onChange="AgencySelected.innerText=Agency.options(selectedIndex).text">

And Mozilla Web Developer gives me Agency.Options is not a function.
How do I fix this?

Thank you!
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Looks like script is assuming options to be a function because of the usage of bracket "()"

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snarinskyAuthor Commented:
Thanks TechTiger007!
Works like a charm :)
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