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>Problem: When I open Windows, my system resources are at 80%
>free. When I open Word 6.0c, the resources drop immediately to
>62%. After I open a document and putz around a little, I m down to
>46-49%. I d like to improve the resource drain.
>I think that about a 10% hit on resources for Word would be
>reasonable, but maybe I m asking too much??? I d like to know
>what others think/do.
I use Word for Windows 2.0 and refuse to upgrade to 6.0 for these