I need more information on this to understand what you have done and why it doesn't work. If you could provide screen prints and description of the menu items you created, it would go a long ways to understanding your question.
Keep in mind, forum questions are not always answered the day they are asked. This is only your second question and it was just asked this morning. Your first post was a very vague question asked only last night:
Where is the en-US language pack?
I think waiting a day is not unreasonable and certainly does not warrant your third post!
jaygee2, I have been looking at Joomla for about 2-3 weeks now and I'm as frustrated as you. Joomla is supposed to have a good community that helps their user but I have not received an responses to my posts either. I am not at the point of giving up, but I should have been there already.
The more you dig into the resources available here - using the Help environment
and the FAQs
and the Search
- the better able you will be to help yourself.
If you need help, please ask! But, it is appreciated if you will kindly be friendly and respect the fact that volunteers are giving their time freely to help you.
If your question is not answered, it is likely because of the way that you asked it. So, work on posing your questions in an intelligent way. Try being more descriptive with what you are hoping to accomplish. Describe in detail what you have tried, what happened as a result and what you tried to do to resolve it on your own. The more initiative you take, the more likely a volunteer will stop at your question and give you some of their time. Screen prints, links, error messages all help flush out the detail needed to answer someone's question and show the kind of initiative that encourages response.