Linked Documents/Spreadsheets Error

Posted on 2012-08-15
Last Modified: 2012-08-16
I have a user who has several linked Excel spreadsheets and Word documents. She gets a message when opening them that there's not enough resources. What's the best fix?
Thank you!
Question by:umfhelpdesk
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    Expert Comment

    * let her test this on a different PC with same hardware profile
    * let her test this on a different PC with better hardware profile (more RAM, for instance)
    * Have her close all other applications (Outlook) before she opens these files
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    Accepted Solution

    Also, make sure she is not working in Compatibility Mode and that the main file is saved in 2010 format

    Author Closing Comment

    this worked! thank you for your assistance

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