When working with a word document with links to Excel. I get, Word has insufficient memory error when I make changes.If you or someone else has set changed the default memory management setting in Windows, make sure the maximum has not been set too low. Let Windows manage is the best choice, in my opinion. Aside from this, run Scandisk or Chkdsk /f, depending on Windows version. Then run the defragmenter (on all local drives). Restart Windows. Let us know.
of these temp files, and the documents were then processed successfully. Now we know how to resolve the error, but I'm still unsure how these temp files came to be left out there in the first place. It would seem that we need to find this out in order to prevent the "insufficient memory" error from ever occurring. Do you have any thoughts on this? MarciaWell, like I said, I'd test to make sure that it is, in fact, your process that's leaving them there in the first place. Any time a process is halted it can leave temp files behind, whether &
WE occasionally get the following message while usingword as the editor for outlook 2002. "There is insufficient memory or diskspace. Word cannot display the requested font." Does anyone have an idea as to what may be causing this error? The desktop has 512MB ram and over 20GB of free disk space. LEt me know.I found an article that describes the same problem with Word 97 and Outlook 97. I know the versions are different, but it may apply. Take a look at this: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;EN-US;163255
is up to 300000 K. I don't believe the documents are corrupt because they have opened before. Sometimes they open, sometimes they don't you don't ever know when they will work or not. Once I get the "insufficient memory" error message, it won't open any files, so I have to restart the program. We have re-installed Microsoft office and that doesn't help either. Any suggestions, this problem is driving us crazy! Tami Affolder Ad Production Supervisor Fort Wayne NewspapersHave you tried getting rid of the file extension before opening? I use a Mac and extensions
OS is windows XP with Office 2000 Pro 6 user accounts on PC - error only occurs when logged in as one particular user When using Save or Save As an error pop up shows "Word has insufficient memory.Do you want to save the Document1 as Rescued document1" I can do that - and rename document in My Documents - reopen and Save works fine! Any ideas?See link: http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/AppErrors/InsufficientMemory.htm Andre Da Costa Jamaica W.I.
I have Office XP installed on Win XP SP1. When I go to reply to a mail message, I sometimes receive the error: "Insufficient memory or disk space- Word could not display the font." At one time, I received this message when trying to open up a Word document. I am have the option checked to edit e-mail messages in MS Word format. Any ideas why this may be happening? I reinstalled Office XP and I still received the error. I have only seen this error message related to Word and not other applications. I have not installed any Office XP service packs because
Hi all We have a problem with limited account users not being able to open certain word documents. The error says "insufficient memory" and yet the workstations all have at least 256MB and the file opens fine when logged in as admin. There doesn't seem to be anything special with these documents they're mostly CV's or one page files with no macros or fancy stuff. The machines have no problems with resources, there's plenty of memory available, and none of the other suggestions from the knowledge base appear to apply - it seems the sole reason is because the
this on a small document repository of aroun few hundred documents, but when i run it on large repositories, typically containing 2000 - 3000 documents, it runs for around 1000 docs without any problem and then for all the docs I try to open, i get the exception "There is insufficient memory. Save the document now". Can someone help me out here?? More specifically can Word process be created and killed around 2000 times without any problems, programmatically? I am using C#.NET and Word 11.0 object library. Laks1. The error message you quote is very "generalized"
after installing office XP, in word when i try to open or save or do any file manipulation I get the error message: word has insufficient memory, would you like to save doc 1 as rescue1. a similar thing happens in powerpoint when I try to open or save a file but here the error message is: FRetrySdmError. any ideas why or what I can do?One possible explanation might be found in http://www.mvps.org/word/FAQs/AppErrors/InsufficientMemory.htm
I have recently downloaded the Windows XP service pack 2 and since then when I attempt a new document in my Word 2000 I receive the message from clippy- insufficient memory save document now. What do I do to fix this?See http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/AppErrors/ProbsOpeningWord.htm.
Have a five page document with a few print screen in it and suddenly lost all graphics: when reopening the document, there are just frames instead of the graphics and I get a "insufficient memory to display graphics" message. - Have tried to open the document on another computer: the same error. - There is for shure no Nimda Virus - Disabled Norton AV 2004 Office Plug In - same error. Thanks in advance for any advice FranzSee http://www.mvps.org/word/FAQs/AppErrors/InsufficientMemory. htm jesse and suddenly lost frames instead of graphics" message. the same error.
I Keep getting this error when I'm trying to convert a word document to Adobe PDF file. " Word has insufficient memory. You will not be able to undo this action once it is completed. Do you want to continue? Any suggestions as how to fix this problem.So was I. My document is also large with lots of links and cross references. PDFMaker seemed to get stuck while processing the Tag information in the doc. When I disabled the "Enable accessibility and reflow with Tagged PDF" field in the Acrobat Change Conversions menu option, my document PDF&
about 3 weeks ago, Word (home and student 2007) began to spit up the error "There is insufficient Memory of disk space. Word cannot display the requested font" and removes all fonts except calibri, and screws up the file somewhat. 1G memory free when using word, 30+G Hdd space free. it has gotten to the point where it is almost impossible to get any work done. it is now doing it every time i open word. I have tried reinstalling, twice. no effect. i have tried removing the pdf creator. no effect. uninstalling adobe reader had no effect. installing the latest adobe has not
While I am in word, I try to save my document and I get the error message "Word has insufficient memory. Do you want to save document as a rescued document: yes or no. Ant ideas? Thanks for your help. Randy.See http://www.mvps.org/word/FAQs/AppErrors/InsufficientMemory.htm
receive a Microsoft Word document attached to an e-mail, I receive the following notice: Microsoft Office Word There is insufficient memory. Save this document now. (C:\Documents and Settings\sue_f\ \.doc) This error appears if there is a problem saving the file. Usually, the disk is full, RAM memory is low, or there is a permission problem with the drive the file is being saved to. If the amount of disk space for a paging file is low, save the file to another drive. If the RAM memory is low, increase available RAM. If permissions to the drive do not allow you to save to that drive
Word comes up with an insufficient memory error whenever opening a document named ".doc" (no spaces or anything). I have found the Windows XP GUI will not allow me to make a file with just the extention, but CMD.EXE will. Try it, even empty documents will bomb.?
50% of the hard drive is free. No viruses and RAM resources are 85% free. I get this error: "There is insufficient memory or disk space. Close extra windows and save your work." The only option is to click OK. This happens when I attempt File > Page Setup also, Table > Insert Table File > Save As Another variation of the insufficient memory message is another "error" that pops up when I attempt to Save As: "Word has insufficient memory. Do you want to save Document1 as Rescued Document?" Please help. I'm nearly bald from pulling my hair out from
"No" I get the message: There are too many edits in the document. This operation will be incomplete. Save your work. In fact, there are no edits in the document, so I do not understand the messages. Can someone offer some help?I am having the same problem with getting the insufficient memory message, but it is with a Word document that I am trying to do many "find and replace" and deletions, after copying and pasting a large amount of information into the document. I NEVER had this problem with Microsoft Word 2000. Would SOMEONE please advise if this is a
I'm trying to select all the text and graphics from a web page and paste it into Word. This once worked a year or so back. For the last year or so, when I try to do this, i get an insufficient memory error in Word. Is this a new copy protection scheme or a configuration error? I'm running windows 2000 SP3 and word 2002 SP-2 and IE6.0 SP-1Read the following article for more information: http://word.mvps.org/faqs/apperrors/InsufficientMemory.htm Andre Da Costa Jamaica W.I.