Word has insufficient memory.


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




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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.




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




Created a one page, 256 wrd doc w/indents and rearranged items. Printed OK.
Tried to save. Error msg 1: "Word has insufficient memory. Do you want to
save doc as rescued doc?" Tried yes - resulting in "Word cannot save or
create this file. Make sure disk is OK etc.." There is more than 50 gig
available on hard drive.

Tried to open a new word doc with one or two words, then save. Result: see
same msgs in 1st paragraph. Now I can't use Word at all. Be glad to retype
new 1st doc if I can clear the wreckage.

My heartfelt thanks to whichever (or is it Whoever?) Guru can get me out of
this mess.




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?




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 i compose a message on the microsoft word program, i cant save it either
on floppy disk or in the hard disk!? i received a message erroe stating, "
word has insufficient memory, would you like to save it as a rescued document?

thanks




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.




Need to modify the file in the web but when try to edit with word, it pop up
insufficient memory. Once the file edited, some of the content disappear once
the modified up file load back the web.

Could it be word has engouh memory? (did try using notepad but it can not
save as web page)




I have a VERY LARGE word Master Document / subdocument (nearly 300 pages with
tons of graphics, hyperlinks, tables, etc) for which I do not seem to have
enough memory to successfully redo the table of contents or list of figures.
Subsequently, it won't let me save the complete document but gives me the
following message:

"Word has insufficient memory. Do you want to save it as Rescued Document x?
WARNING: The operation will save all text in the master document but not
its structure."

Does anyone have a solution to this problem?




Help.
Suddenly word won't work .
everything i try to do comes up 'insufficient memory and wont do the task
asked' help please?
gem




I have a word 2007 file that is 3.27 MB I am running Windows XP Pro sp 3 and
for some reason I get an insufficient memory error when I go to edit/add
comments to this file.
Any ideas why or how to fix this issue?




I try to open a 'html' file, before anything else happens I get a message
Word has insufficient. You will not able to undo this action once is
complete...

The file does open but some of "Active X" do not appear, once I completed
the editting, saved back as web page and post back to the web, these "Active
X" area disappear & become blank.

Could anyone help? Need to put back the edited html file to the web &
function.




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.




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 have a Word 2007 document that contains macros and is stored on a web
server. If a user clicks the link and then open the document (when prompted
to Open or Save), they cannot save it locally. They get an error message
that states, "The save failed due to out of memory or disk space." Then,
after clicking OK, you get an additional error that states, "Word has
insufficient memory. Do you want to save [document] as Rescued Document 1?"

However, if the user clicks the link and chooses the Save option, they have
no problem saving it locally. This is definitely not a space issue, as it
happens on many different computers. I have also verified that Office 2003
users do not have the same problem. My guess is that this has something to
do with the way that Office 2007 is handling Macros, but I can't for the life
of me figure out how to repair it.

Any ideas Office gurus?




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




Whenever i try to open a document on microsoft word, my computer says i have
'insufficient memory or disk space. word cannot display the requested font'
why is this? i have got plenty of memory space left on my computer?




Sometime i need to copy text, etc off a website (for academic reasons), but
when i go to paste it into Word, the message 'you have insufficient memory or
disk sapce' comes up, what does this mean?