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because that code is attached to a movieclip or button and should be attached to a frame.
Actually kglad, the code is on a frame, not attached to a movie clip or button. The code is on it's own layer on frame one of the main timeline.
I figured out what I did wrong there kglad. You were right - I had the code attached to a movie clip (the parent of the movie clip that the correct code is on the timeline of). In other words, I had code in two different places, so eliminated the code from the parent movie clip and the error disappeared.