Message: Word has insufficent memory. You will not be able to un


Message pops up in Microsoft Outlook when I forward an email saying: "Word
has insufficient memory. You will not be able to undo this action once it
is completed. Do you want to continue?" What does this mean?


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I try to open a ".mht" file, and before anything else happens I get the message
Word has insufficient memory. You will not be able to undo this action
once it is completed. ..."

The file does open, complete with pictures.

The file's length is 256KB. It's a page from a website.

Task Manager says 309MB physical memory available.
Commit charge total 409MB, peak 1329 MB, peak 476MB.

Using Word 2003 SP2 on XP Home.
Pagefile = 307, 200 KB.
Physical memory = 768 MB.

What memory is insufficient?
Is word unable to allocate sufficient virtual memory? (Is my page file too
small?)
Is physical memory too small?
Is Word trying to load all material from a tree of links, instead of only
the immediately visible material?

Regards,
Bob





I am sequentially copying items from a data base program to a table in a word
document using a third party macro program. It successfully copies and pastes
about 40 items and then the operation is interupted by this message: "Word
has insufficient memory. You will not be able to undo this action once it is
completed. Do you want to continue?"

Is there a way to prevent word from collecting the items in memory?
Is there a way to increase the memory so there is no conflict?
Is there a way to make word overwrite memory items without asking?

Office Proffessional 2003/Windows XP/1.5g Ram




I am working on a Word document with approximately 70 pages with links to
Excel. About half way through the document I receive a message of "Word has
insuffient memory. You will not be able to undue this action once it is
completed. Do you want to continue? Yes or No"
What is the problem and how can I solve it?




When replying to an e-mail, a message appeared: Word has insufficient
memory. You will not be able to undo this action once it is completed. Do
you want to continue.




Fellow Forum Members,
Using Word 2003 for a 700 page technical manual. The problem is my TOC, LOF,
LOT no longer work. If I do a Print Preview to update I sometimes get this
message: "Word has insufficient memory. You will not be able to undo this
action once its completed. Do you want to continue?" I select "YES" and the
page numbers don't update on anything. Alternatively, if I use CONTROL A + F9
nothing happens. How can I bring my TOC, LOF, and LOT lists back to life and
working like it's suppose to work? Currently, if I need to update my TOC,
LOF and LOT I need to delete all of them and recreate them from scratch. This
is a lot of work and I would like to avoid this. Any help that will help me
fix this problem will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.




The error message "Word has insufficient memory. You will not be able to undo
this action once it is completed. Do you want to continue?",

Text document no images, but has hidden text and track changes turned on.

Do a print preview okay, close print preview, go into print preview a second
or third time then get the above error message.

Word 2003 Windows XP




Hi,

I use Adobe PDFMaker 5.0 for converting my word (2003) documents into PDF.
During the conversion process, a dialog with the following message keeps
popping up: "Word has insufficient memory. You will not be able to undo this
action once it is completed. Do you want to continue? Yes/No". I have to
everytime click "Yes" to proceed further. The number of times the popup
appears depends on the size of an individual document. Any workarounds pls?

Thanks.




I have a Word 2003 document to which I send Word function calls via OLE
from another application. My Word doc used to have 235 bookmarks (not
hidden) but I've unfortunately needed to increase that number to
(*gulp*) 1500.

Every once in a while I get this Word error:

"Word has insufficient memory. You will not be able to undo this action
once it is completed. Do you want to continue?"

I'm familiar with this and had previously solved the problem by sending
occasional "ActiveDocument.UndoClear" commands to the doc. Now, after
having added the many extra bookmarks, I'm getting the error again.

Is it ok to just send lots more "ActiveDocument.UndoClear" commands to
the Word doc? Is there another solution? Thanks much.




i lost information typed on word when computer automatic shut down will i be
able to pull that information back up




All of the word documents on my computer will not allow me to make some
changes and then do a "Save As" - i'm wondering if there is a setting that i
have on which is making this operation impossible. any help or suggestions
you could give me would be greatly appreciated.

thanks for any help or suggestions - James




Ms word 2007 (Beta 2) doesn't save changes correctly when you instruct it to
repeat a certain row as a table header in tables taking more than one page.

What happens exactly is that as long as the document is opened, the headers
are visible. However, if you save your document, close it and then re-open
it, you will not be able to see your table headers at the beginning of each
page and not in any layout (including print preview).

In addition, the option not to break rows across pages, performs as headers
(not saved properly) when selected, saved and re-opened.

I hope microsoft will be able to fix this soon.

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click "I Agree" in the message pane.

http://www.microsoft.com/office/comm...ic.word.tables




I have a legitmately purchased Microsoft Office 97 CD and it has been loaded
on my computer for many years. Recently Office Activation Wizard appeared on
my computer requiring me to REACTIVATE ! I am using XP Professional OS. The
notice I get is "Microsoft Office XP Professional with FrontPage has detected
a significant change in your machine configuratioh. For Microsoft Office XP
Professional with Front Page to continue functioning properly, and to avoid
entry into reduced functionality mode, you must reactivate y0our product.
With the product in reduced functionality mode, you will not be able to save
or create new documents and other product functionality will be reduced. For
more information about reduced functionality mode, click the Hel button. To
start the reactivation process, please insert your Microsoft Office XP
Professional with Front Page 'CD and then click the next button.

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Posting this here because I could not find a succinct solution to
this
problem anywhere else and it took me a while to sort out.

Problem:
If you create / publish web content using the MS Office suite, you
may
get download prompts to add ietag.dll when you browse to the page
using IE. This creates an undesirable experience for page visitors
since downloading DLLs is always suspect. This can occur even is the
page visitor (browser PC) already has the DLL. I believe this occurs
because the version on the browsing PC does not match the one in the
namespace given near the top of the compiled HTML pages (from MS-Word
for example). Apparently Office inserts its own tags in the
generated
HTML so it can reload the pages and render them with underlines and
other tagging having special meaning for the Internt (e.g. e-mail
addresses get a dashed purple underline in Word).


Solution:
Use the "Filtered HTML" Save As option in the Office application so
the generated HTML does not have the reload tags and the HTML will
not
need the ietag.dll leading to the download prompt. You will not be
able to reload your compiled HTML back into the Office app for
editing
but this should not be an issue if you just treat them as output for
the web site (files) and use the original Office doc as the master
copy to be revised. Also, the filtered HTML does not support all the
possible layout options/features in the various Office apps, so be
sure your filtered HTML matches what you intend to show.




Before someone give his comments on my suggestions let me make it very clear
you must think as a begineer.

It could be a default behavior of Microsoft Word but it must be improved.
The problem is switching between documents.

For instance, if we are working with 2 documents and switching between them
by clickng the Taskbar button. You will see that there is no problem at all.
But if there is a dialog box open in any of document (say "Font" dailog box
is open) then you will not be able to switch between the documents by any way.

Let me know, what do you think about this.

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By default zip codes that include letters in them show up as a "0", This is
resolved by going to Tools-Options-General and checking the box "Confirm
conversion at open". When importing the data from the spread sheet do not
keep the default conversion option displayed as "OLE DB Database Files", I
have confirmed that the second option will work "Microsoft Excel Worksheet
via Converter" will work. From there you can work through the mail merge
without any dificulty and the zip codes from Canada and England will not show
up as "0" as they did before. If you keep the "OLE DB Database Files" option
selected you will not be able to import the zip codes without experienceing
the problems mentioned




My organization is considering upgrading from Office 2000 to 2003. I have
been told that 2003 is not backwards compatible, that a Word document created
in 2000 will not be able to be opened in Word 2003. I find it hard to
believe that this is, in fact, true. Can anyone verify this for me?

TIA
Kim




Somehow Word thinks my default document has two columns and will not allow me
to type beyond the first page without putting in a hard page break. I can
keep typing, but the information does not show up until I put in a hard
carriage return. When I try to change the normal.dot it warns the right
margin cannot be increased because it will cause uneven columns. Columns is
set to 1 and will not change from 6.5" width. I deleted the normal.dot and
now any document I create will automatically create a new page as I am typing
close to the bottom margin, but I cannot seem to fix the old documents
without copying and pasting unformatted text and then reformatting. HELP




Fellow Forum Members,
I performed a Print Preview and the following message came up:
"Word has insufficient memory. You will be unable to undo the action.
Continue Anyway?"

I have like 2 GIGS of memory. How do assign more memory to WORD to avoid
this from happening? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.




Has anyone had the problem of some Print Screen captures not being able to
paste into a Word 2003 document? Screen prints of my desktop wallpaper and
windows explorer will paste. Screen prints of Excel 2003 and Internet
Explorer 6.0 will not paste. These screen prints will paste into Paint and
into an Excel cell. I am the only person in my office with this problem.