With Tint Tweening you can change the color of
Choose Insert > New Symbol.
Note: To add Tint effects the object must be a symbol.
Name the symbol "changecolor" and select the Graphic option
in Behavior. Click OK.
Note: You will now be taken to the symbol generator in
the Flash program. Here you create symbols. Symbols can be
dragged to the stage of your movie after you have created them.
Choose the Text tool in the left toolbox. Choose Text > Size
> 36 from the top menu to make the text big. Choose Text > Style
> Bold to make the text thick.
Click in the work area and write "Color Changing Text".
Jump back to the movie. Do this by choosing Edit > Edit
Insert the symbol you just created into the movie. Choose
Window > Library. Select the "changecolor" symbol and drag it
into the middle of the Stage.
Insert a keyframe in Frame 15 and in Frame 30.
Go to Frame 15. Right click on the text in the Stage. In the
pop-up menu, choose Panels > Effect.
Choose Tint from the drop down menu. A color map will show.
Set the colors to: R=0, G=255, B=0.
Click on the Timeline any place between Frame 1 and Frame
15. Then right click and choose Create Motion Tween.
Click on the Timeline any place between Frame 15 and Frame
30. Then right click and choose Create Motion Tween.
Choose Control > Test Movie from the top menu to test your