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Not enough system resources to display completely display excel 2007

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We have a client that everytime when they open excel they get a message stating "not enough system resources to display completely display". They are not opening a worksheet this is just a blank worksheet. We have removed Office 2007, run a registry cleaner, and reinstalled. We are still having the same issue.

PLEASE HELP!
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Give this a try once you open the spreadsheet:

Hold down the CONTROL key and click the form control to select the control.
On the Format menu, click Control.
Click the Control tab and type a range on the active worksheet.

Also, might want to look at Microsoft kb Article ID: 183503 .

Hope it helps!

Chris
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That did not help unfortunately. Still getting the same message.
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