Open Flash and click on the size button on the Properties panel to open the Document Properties dialog box. Give the document a title and set the width to 350 px and height to 100 px with a background color of your choice.
Click on the text tool on the Tools panel and set the font size and type on the Properties Panel then click on the stage and type some text.
Select the text on the stage with the selection tool .
Center the text on the canvas by clicking the horizontal and vertical alignment buttons on the Align panel. Make sure the to stage button is selected:
With the text still selected click Modify > Break Apart to break the text into individual letters:
You should have four blues boxes around your letters:
Right click on the text and select distribute to layers:
Your timeline should look like the graphic below:
Click on Layer 1 and delete it by clicking on the delete button at the bottom of the timeline:
Click all the frames in frame 5 by clicking in frame 5 of the h layer and dragging up while holding down the left mouse.
Click F6 to insert keyframes on all the layers at one time. This will put keyframes, as shown by black dots, in all the frames:
Select all the frames in frame 10 the same way you selected all the frames in frame 5 and insert a keyframe in all the frames in 10.
Select all the frames in frame 5 and with the Free Transform tool enlarge all the letters and once:
Select all the frames between 1 and 5 by holding down the mouse and dragging up to select all the frames:
On the Properties panel select Motion from the Tween Options:
Your frames should look like the graphic below:
Select all the frames in frames on the l layer by clicking in the first frame and dragging down to frame 10:
Move the frames over five frames.
Select the a layer and move it over 10 frames.
Select the s layer and move it over 15 frames.
Select the h layer and move it over 20 frames. Your timeline should look like the one below:
Select all the frames in 25 not counting the h layer and click F5 to insert frames: