You basically need to create a button of some sort that you can assign the rollover code to. I would only assign this rollover capability to the last frame if that is where the animation stops (otherwise, whichever frame it stops at)... that way, you can't rollover it while its playing and have it start over and aover again.
You can create an invisible button that covers the entire stage and place it in the ending frame. How you code it depends on which version of actionscript your file is using.
Thanks for the fast response. I new it was possible, now I will figure out how to create an invisible button. Is the code I need built into flash as a default action or do I need to find it on the Web?
Thanks for the help.
The easiest ways to create an invisible button are to either...
1) create a button symbol and draw a rectangle in only the Hit frame. You can expand the button's height and width as needed, so no need to size it up front.
2) create a movieclip symbol and draw a rectangle in its first frame. Place it on your stage so you can size it and code it while you can see it, then set its alpha to zero via the properties panel.