Re: The saga continues...Word File Size causes Printing Problems?
Here's the skinny...
I had a large Word Doc (159 Mb) that I stripped all the images out of and
linked them to the document, reducing the file size to about 6Mb. That
leaves about 153 Mb worth of graphics/digital images.
When Word tries to print the document (350 pages) it will (at about 200
pages) post the error message "Word has insufficient memory and cannot
display the requested font." I have implemented the suggestions as stated
by the Microsoft Support Center, which are as follows:
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