Publisher - Error Message - Asked By Terry Piddington on 10-Nov-11 11:33 AM

When trying to open a publisher I get the message "not enough memory to compete this operation"
Riley K replied to Terry Piddington on 10-Nov-11 11:45 AM
Suchit shah replied to Terry Piddington on 10-Nov-11 11:55 AM
To work around this problem in the short term, use either of the following methods:

You can free RAM memory by quitting unneeded programs, or you can free disk space by deleting unneeded files.-or-
Restart Windows. To do this, on the Start menu, click Shut Down. In the Shut Down Windows dialog box, click Restart the Computer, and then click Yes.

To prevent this problem from occurring in the long term, use either of the following methods:

Add more RAM memory to your computer.
-or-
Acquire more hard disk space, either by adding a larger disk drive or by using a disk compression utility.
Kirtan Patel replied to Terry Piddington on 10-Nov-11 02:35 PM
Reduce the number of menu bars to less than 41.

Thanks
Anoop S replied to Terry Piddington on 11-Nov-11 01:29 AM
A memory leak occurs with memory from the desktop heap. Once the desktop heap memory is exhausted, the error will occur. refer this for more deatails
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/957235
Jitendra Faye replied to Terry Piddington on 11-Nov-11 01:37 AM
Reference from-

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/225069

Cause-

One or more fonts that have been embedded in the publication do not conform to the TrueType standard, and cannot be used in their embedded state.


Solution-


When you open the publication, do not load the embedded fonts.
  1. In the Load Fonts window, select a font that is listed as Status: Embedded.
  2. Click Don't Load to avoid using the embedded font information.
  3. Repeat this process for each embedded font.


Hope this will help you.