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Microsoft: Office FAQ

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Red Xs in Your Files by Dreamboat
Posted: 16 Mar 01

1. How big is your file now?
You can generally cut the size of a file considerably by taking these steps with each picture:
a) Cut it.
b) Hit Edit-Paste special-As a picture.

2. When's the last time you cleaned up your hard drive?
Lack of resources often effects graphic images.
a) Delete all *.tmp and ~*.* files from your hard drive.
b) Run scandisk.

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