There are several ways to do what you want.
First, there are several titler programs, that have 100's of animation Presets built into them. ProDAD's Heroglyph is one.
However, you can do exactly what you want with Titler, albeit with several steps. The trick is to create the "title" as one Title for each letter. Place thes onto progressively higher Video Tracks, and space them to create the pacing that you need.
If you have a very long Title, it might be worth investing in Heroglyph, or similar.
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Here's a way to manually create it in Premiere Elements, based on an old article I wrote.
You'll find lots of my more current articles at Premiere Elements support site http://Muvipix.com.
Steve, thank you very much for the link.
I must say I have a hard time following your tutorial (I am too much of a greenhorn I guess) and especially finding the Elements 2 functions and buttons you describe in my Elements 7. Are you sure all the functions and possibilities are still in the version I have, or maybe I am blind?