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Is there a way to stop Excel from displaying messages before lanuching?

Posted on 2001-07-04
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I have an excel application that I created in excel 95 now in excel 2000 when I open I'm getting the following error message "This Picture is too large and will be truncated!" Does anyone know if there is any easy way to get rid of this??
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Make the picture smaller yourself?
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