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Word XP2002 problem

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by ijusth, Jan 23, 2005.

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  1. ijusth

    ijusth Thread Starter

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    somehow suddenly when I open any document into word I get a message insufficient memory or diskspace to load fonts (or something like that) and it happens even if I do a cut and paste. What appears is junk that looks kind of like a string of tildes (the upper character to the left of the number one on the top row of the keyboard). Any idea what happened and more importantly how to fix it?
     
  2. angel

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    Just to clarify, does this happen only when you open Word and create new document or when you open existing documents also?
     
  3. ijusth

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    open existing or when I cut and paste into a new document
     
  4. joel33

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    I know this will sound weird, but I got a similar message when I was trying to add addresses to an outlook express address book. I had plenty of memory and hard drive space. I did a defrag and the messages stopped and I could continue to add addresses. Assuming you haven't used up your hard drive space, give it a try--defrag the drive. Jex
     
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