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Subject:Re: Office98 and Powerbook From:bj <barbara -at- QUOTE -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 25 Nov 1998 08:01:56 -0800
Yes, I gave it about twice the RAM required (it was the first thing I thought of,
since none of the applications seem to specify enough RAM to actually operate at
any level of efficiency). It's a G3 running 8.1.
> On 25-11-1998 03:55 bj wrote:
> >I recently bought a Powerbook and Office98 to go with it. I only bought the
> >Office product so I could get Word and be able to work from home. Hah!
> >When I try to save a file, the whole thing locks up on me. I'm told there is
> >some kind of a patch I need, but I couldn't find anything about it on the
> >website. Anybody got any clues to what's wrong.
> >I'm sitting here with a bunch of files that I dare not work on, since I might
> >not be able to save what I've done.
> Did you enlarge the programs memory under cmd-i ?
> What type of Powerbook and what OS do you use.
> Kees de Bondt
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