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I use Serif PagePlusX4 to produce catalogues. Most

I use Serif PagePlus4 to produce catalogues. Most of these contain a lot of high quality pics and I find that I have to divide the documents up into seperate bits as the package cannot cope with quantity. I am working on one now which is in 3 parts. Part one is 793mb and I cannot enter anything else without the package crashing. I am using WindowsXP and have 4gb of ram.Can you advise?

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Try lowering your image resolution. sometimes good enough is good enough! also, shut down any other non-essential software that's running. they could be sucking up resources you need for your project. check the settings on your document generation software (serif page plus 9). also, i assume you're using a color laser printer, so check its buffer capacity, also available hdd free capacity. 4 gigs of ram is a lot, but not if other applications are also using a bunch of it! your hdd allocates a certain amount of space that acts as 'slow ram' for overflow of true ram. there are a lot things to consider.clean up your hdd and de-frag it. try re-installing your printer software. if you have any previous print projects in your printer buffer that are clogging it, clear them out! try unplugging your printer and re-booting it. get online and check if your software prog. has any patches or updates. perhaps your toner carts need replacing, or ink carts, if you have that type of printer. if you have dvd burner, or cd-rom burner- do you save your previous projects on either one? a cd r/w probably doesn't have the capacity. a dvd r+/-/write probably does. if you don't have one- get one! back-up your previous projects and clear your hdd, unless you have a 1 T hdd, or an external, large capacity hdd. still a good idea to back-up to optical disk! 700+ MB is a pretty large file! as i stated near the beginning, try cutting back on photo resolution! smaller files.
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Try to reduce the pictures size before inserting in Serif. As i know all image based software has some limitations. And let's be serious. 793mb is too big for 1 part

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