Is that the only code in your file? Is that the only code you have assigned to that object? Do you have any form of enterFrame code working?
This isn't the only code, however I couldn't really post more as I have a lot of it, sorry about the lack of specifics. That is the only code assigned to the button yes. And there are no EnterFrame functions working on this frame. Out of interest, is there a difference between goToAndStop() and gotoAndStop()?
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I'd say yes on two fronts... 1) the obvious use of an uppercase T in one and 2) using the lower case t is the correct way to code it. But someone once made aware that AS2 is sometimes not picky about proper casing... I just don't know if gotoAndStop() is one of the sometimes.
In any case, the only code you showed would not cause something to move to more than one place in the timeline. If you were to have used gotoAndPlay() telling an object to go where it already is, it will move ahead instead.