Possible Compatibility Issue


N

New Englander

I have an issue that seems like it may be a Compatibility issue. I have
Office 2003 with Windows 7. When I type, in certain cells toward the top, it
sort of bleeds, as it were, over to the other sheets. I have tried several
things, and I can't figure it out. I can't have the data in one sheet without
it showing up on the others. It's not all the cells. As I can see at this
point, it is only a few rows toward the top of the spreadsheet.

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N

New Englander

I figured the problem out. It is compatibility. In XP, Excel would have told
me I was "Out of (Excel) Memory". In Windows 7, it is just overwriting things
and maybe trying to make room and allow me to continue to work - not helpful.
Anyway, until there is a fix, just know that once you start compiling alot of
data, you should be cognisent that regardless of your RAM, there is a certain
amount of memory that Excel has. You will get no warning.
 

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