As you suggest, it sounds like Windows has frozen. This hapens on physical computers, too, but at least there you have a power switch. For a virtual machine, you need to force it to power off; this article (and video) walks you through the process: http://kb.vmware.com/kb/1006215. If you're curious about how this works, I'd recommend the article linked in the Additional Information section.
Incidentally, you mention that you're running Fusion 2.0.4. I'd strongly recommend that you update your version, as there have been several bug fixes and performance fixes since then. You can download Fusion 2.0.8 now, for free, from here: https://my.vmware.com/group/vmware/details?downloadGroup=FUS-208&productId=49&rPId=1540. You should shut down your virtual machine before you upgrade, but the process should be pretty painless.
You might consider upgrading to the latest version Fusion released, Fusion 4. It can't be run on versions of Mac OS earlier than Snow Leopard, but it is significantly faster than Fusion 2. This is an upgrade you have to purchase, but you can try a 30-day trial here: http://www.vmware.com/go/tryfusion.
ThankYou-Thank You- Thank You, this worked perfectly and it was so simple but that is way I am known as; one.click.away.
Perfect! Glad I could help.
The Fusion community forum, here, is always a great resource: http://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/desktop/fusion
You can see our other Fusion videos on our YouTube channel, here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL415BF8529707CBD2&feature=plcp
Our other Knowledge Base (KB) articles can be quite helpful, too. The address for the KB is just http://kb.vmware.com, but you can set your filter to Fusion, and see a more relevant seclection, by going to / bookmarking this link: http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/msbrowse.do?UMBrowseSelection=SG_VMWAREFUSION_1_2