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cant open msworks - error message not enough memory to run OLE with works try quitting other open applications - but there is no other open applications.  Any Help?
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Your Microsoft OLE Extension is either damaged, disabled, or it has been removed from the System Folder.  If you can't find it or re-activate it, reinstall Works.  It sure would have been easier on users if Microsoft had set up Works to tell when the OLE extension was missing, instead of showing that memory error message, but ...


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