In this keyframe place your text with a stop action. The registration mark (the cross hair in the center) is the center of your button so create your text box to the side with a pointer to the center. Like this:
Once this movie clip is placed in the Over state. You can adjust its alpha so the background can still be seen if you wish.
In the example I have a button that has two overall states - on and off (for more information on this button read our tutorial.) It's actually a movie clip with two buttons in it.
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