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'No more fonts may be applied in this workbook' error

Posted on 2011-03-14
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When i first started getting this error I figured that if I divided up the workbook into smaller linked sections, then the error would go away, but it's come back. What, if anything other than the obvious, causes the error? And how - other than re-building the workbook from scratch - do I fix it? If in fact there is another way. :-(

Thanks,
John
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it's problem of excel with many charts.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/215573
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This may be the first time that I've actually gotten a useful answer from Microsoft Help, so thanks Joe!
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