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    Microsoft works database "out of memory"!

    Asked Jan 30, 2006, 05:16 AM 3 Answers

    Anyone know how I can stop the above message coming up, when I try to print, or even print preview, a nodest little database.

    Really apreciate your help,

    Perth, Australia:confused:

    Last edited by Curlyben; Dec 9, 2006 at 10:56 AM.
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    NeedKarma Posts: 10,620, Reputation: 1704
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    Jan 30, 2006, 05:21 AM
    I wasn't aware that Works had anything close to a database program or feature. Are you doing a mail merge?

    Works is a horrible little program set that MS does not support anymore. Best to go even with Office 2000.
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    fredg Posts: 4,930, Reputation: 674
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    Jan 30, 2006, 05:39 AM
    Hi, reg,
    I also agree with using Word 2000.
    But, about the Works, here is a link explaining 3 different things to look at:

    It deals with the "out of memory" for your particular applications.
    I do wish you the best, and good luck.
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    ScottGem Posts: 64,760, Reputation: 6021
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    Jan 30, 2006, 06:25 AM

    There is a lot of info missing from your questions. What version of Windows, what version of Works, how much RAM on your system. How big a hard drive and how much free space. What type of printer?

    The answers to all those questions can bear on how to fix the problem.

    Works is a scalled down version of Office. Version versions ave included a database module tied to the spreadsheet. Some versions of Works are still supported and marketed by Microsoft.

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