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Subject:Re: Warp, Windows, and Word 6.0 - Help From:"W. Michaels" <stinky -at- TELEPORT -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 13 Apr 1995 11:14:24 -0700
Tammy Sudol wrote:
>I'm running OS/2 Warp and Windows for Workgroups 3.1.1. I'm constantly
>running into a memory problem within Word 6.0 (windows). I get several
>memory messages including, "Too many edits" (I'm not using revisions).
>I find this very frustrating as I have lots of memory (1 gig hd, 32 ram).
>Can anyone help me?
Click the save button OFTEN. While you're working, your document is stored
in a .tmp file. Word tries to keep track of your edits, then it gets
annoyed. When you save, Word can start all over again.