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Has anyone else found Publisher 2000 to be buggy?

Has anyone else found Publisher 2000 to be buggy?

Has anyone else found Publisher 2000 to be buggy?

MS Publisher used to be my favorite product from Microsoft. However, their latest version of Publisher seems to be a bit buggier than previous versions. I'm having a hell of a harder time trying to print out publications than it used to be. I keep getting 'Printer Overflow' errors where I didn't get them previously. I end up having to print out some pages separately. I don't think it's my printer memory because I didn't have this problem when using earlier versions, and I used to print much more complicated publications with no problems. I haven't heard of any patch for the Publisher but maybe someone else know about one.

P.S.- They've finally been ruled a monopoly! Yeah!

RE: Has anyone else found Publisher 2000 to be buggy?

Wonderful they'v been ruled a monopoly, now the best software will be even higher priced than it already is, if you think the government is doing you a favor messing with microsoft your head is in the sand.

RE: Has anyone else found Publisher 2000 to be buggy?

Yes, I'm having a lot of "not enough memory to open this file" trouble and it's not nearly as large a file as I used to open all the time with Publisher 98.

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