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Excel image problem

I have just started getting a "not enough memory error" when I am trying to print an excel spread sheet with our company logo embedded in it. When I change the logo to black and white, it works fine.

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Try using another format for the logo which makes it a smaller in size KB wise

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When reinstalling, please make sure that any antivirus program is shut down or deactivated during install, in some cases for example Norton Antivirus will block files that need to be updated, causing problems. You SHOULD use some form of virus protection when using your computer, don't get me wrong! :)

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