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Creating a Template file(.ntf) from a database file(.nsf)

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The method I'm using is by clicking on

File - Database - New Copy

I specify where I what the file saved & I manually change the extension on the file from .nsf - .ntf.

I then click the "create full text index" box & "Database design only" box.

When the process gets 63% done, the following error message comes up with a (?):

"Field is too Large(15K) or View's column & selection formulas are too large"

I've tried to figure this out by looking at my fields and views to see if there is any excessive programing. I've found not to complicated. Is there anyway to check the size if the fields and views and see if they are to large, or does this error message indicate something else??????? Please help
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To check the size of a document use @DocLength in a view column and sort it.  If you dont have any attachments in any of the documents then you might probably find the document that is breaking.

Just a thought.
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Currently there are no documents in my database. I'm just trying to convert the database from .nsf to .ntf. So would the @docLength not measure anything?
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Don't Index while creating. When the copy is done, then go ahead and create index from full text index tab
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