First, try using Save and Compact. This eliminates the historical information from the file. If you added and deleted content, Flash still likes to hang on to the memories of it, so using Save and Compact is a brainwashing process.
If you don't realize much in the way of savings doing that, you may want to try recreating the file via copying the timeline into a new file.
Also, if you have unused stuff in the library, getting rid of it will trim the file size down as well.
While the swf file will normally reflect the fileweight of the content you have in it, the fla will always be larger than life, but the 103 MB is larger than that, so you are likely just carrying alot of excess baggage.
The "Save and Compact" option worked great, and reduced my file size to 13.9 MB. Unfortunately, this did not seem to
fully shrink the file, so I guess I will try your other advice and just put everything in a new file. Thanks.
You're welcome. Don't sweat the fla file size too much... While it's good to keep it fit and trim, the swf is the one that really matters.
I have realy problem I work with big file FLA (11.5 mb) - 1740*1595 pixel for stage
with many instance of objects from Library
when I test Movie or publish the Flash crashed and don't continue
can you help me please.