yes I donloaded the component, installed it in fusion, checked the box under publishing, it shows up under the flash components.
The only thing i am doing that is off from the tutorial is custom naming the file so that it is not "menu". Also I am not saving the nod file in user sites but in a custom location which I pointed the saving location in AWM to save in the file with the nod file.
The tutorial recommends not using the default name of "menu".
It also says to save your project in the same folder as your nod file.... Which is your site folder inside of User Sites.
For general housekeeping....
When using Fusion, it's ok to have your User Sites folder in a custom location (I have mine on a W: drive rather than my C: drive), but if you're ever going to do more than one site, it's a good idea to not store your site outside of User Sites.
Fusion is a code generator. The nod file is a database that stores your site information and location of assets (i.e. images for the most part).
It has to know where those assets are located when you're working on the site. So, it's best to place all assets in the Assets folder inside your site folder, rather than in some other location like Pictures inside of your User name folder.
If you move or delete an image used in your web site, you'll wonder why you get a red X in Design View when you go to your page to work on it.