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Excel chart problems

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by sabra27_uk, Jan 20, 2002.

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  1. sabra27_uk

    sabra27_uk Thread Starter

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    When I highlight cells and click create chart, at some point during the chart wizard process, Excel returns the message "Not enough memory" or "Memory full"... but at other times it simply returns the chart, as expected.

    When I ok the memory full message, Excel gives an internal error message, and closes itself down...
     
  2. simon.twigger1

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    This may be because you do not have enough RAM. I find that saving the document prior to making charts frees-up memory. Also make sure that no other programs are running at the same time.

    Simon
     
  3. Anne Troy

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    Okay. Maybe you don't have enough RAM and maybe there's just junk on your hard drive affecting your RAM.

    Step 1: Clean up your hard drive

    http://www.piersontech.com/07-CleanHardDrive.htm

    (It's my site, so if you don't like it, yell at me, LOL)

    Step 2: See if you find a file called xl5galry.xls on your hard drive and remove it.

    Step 3: Let us know if step 1 and 2 don't work. I've got more.
     
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