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Subject:Re: MS Word & BMP's From:Megan Shult <Megan_Shult -at- HYSOFT -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 16 Oct 1995 09:11:04 -0400
>What's the best way of incorporating the .bmp's that won't bog down the
>system? Also managed to lock up my 75 Mhz Pentium here at home today when I
>wanted a print preview after making what I THINK are th final tweaks.
We started to run into this problem too, about a year ago.
Best solution we've found is to link the pictures instead of pasting
them. When you insert a picture, turn on the Link to File checkbox
and turn off the Save Picture in Document. This can cut your
chapter size by as much as 75%.