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Disabled graphics acceleration and all fixed now. Keep the good work going! The characters appear instantaneously as it should be. Repair or replace damaged or missing fonts Damaged or missing fonts can cause the issue that word runs slowly when you edit in Word. his comment is here
For me the big problem occurred when selecting the TOC. Search engines take page load speed into account, and pre-loading all those pictures makes the page take FOREVER to load. VG ^^ Post your HijackThis log file in following topic: http://www.askvg.com/is-your-system-infected-with-a-virus-spyware-adware-trojan/ Leave a Comment Cancel Comment Name (required) Email (will not be published) (required) Website or Blog Connect with Us RSS It is down to printer drivers responding slowly *and* a change to the default behaviour of office.
The thing is, on another machine with acrobat installed, word performs fine again. When i uninstall this it wotks fine. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? VG ^^ Agree. @Prabhjot Because they want users to leave XP and Vista and upgrade to Windows 7.
- Thanks for the tip.
- rustydog, Jan 18, 2005, in forum: Word Graphics Replies: 5 Views: 176 rustydog Jan 21, 2005 Graphics from Word 2003 not visible in Word 2000 Trouble, May 24, 2005, in forum:
- http://www.ati.com/support/driver.html Meanwhile turn the acceleration down on your adapter, right-click the desktop, properties, settings tab, advanced button, troubleshoot tab. -- Mary Sauer MS MVP http://office.microsoft.com/ "Jamie" <> wrote in message news:...
- i am dissapoint.
- Now scroll through the document and notice the images don't appear right way and sometimes they seem to ghost in and out and are hard to read.
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- If blurry images clear up after a second or two, that's almost certain.
- If I save the file as a *.doc all the charts are converted to images and the file becomes responsive.
Why does word have to connect with a default printer every time it opens a document. Feel free to share your feedback in your comment... Like others have mentioned it does appear it's to do with rendering the image, because word is OK when the image is not on the screen. Very slow with typing and editing.
Resetting the Word data key totally worked. Similar Threads aurora graphics roland graphics 20,000 logos car graphics, 4 sale cheap GRAFX13ME, Aug 27, 2003, in forum: Word Graphics Replies: 0 Views: 303 GRAFX13ME Aug 27, 2003 WordXP rendering More About Us... Any clues?
By decompressing the word file, I saw that those two files had a size of 30 and 20 MB and they were converted to wmf; I guess that that's what Word I connect to this printer over home network and it is my default printer since I don't have another. It is really unbelievable that Word is causing so many problems for some many people though. For my case, disabling the COM Add-ins did the trick.
I guess I'll use some other better text editor that cares about its users and don't have so many bugs. Question? Finally, you could have a problem with your printer driver. The TOC suggestion from aohelaman solved part of my problem, by choosing to edit options and turning off Hyperlinks for the TOC performance improved tremendously, basically from dead stuck to real-time
If the user logs onto another machine > > on the network then it is fine. > > > > I have a feeling that it may be to do with this content Seems to be a common problem. Carina Hey, I think this is the problem that I am having with word 2013. Older versions of office used draft mode as the standard view. 2010 and onwards generate a more accurate representation of the final aspect - but they chat constantly with the printer.
The comments are property of their posters. The other odd thing is that if you select the TOC first and then do the hyperlink, it will go very quickly. The keystroke response time to do anything is excruciatingly slow. http://winnthosting.com/word-2003/word-2003-document-very-slow-over-network.html This is an easy thing to check; all you need to do is get out of Word, find Normal.dot, and rename it Normal.old.
Sign up now! The other problem were then two images, which I guess were TIFFs without compression. I rebooted the system, in case that was it.
Specifically, when I try to page down or scroll through pages with figures, and TOC MS Word hesitates for many seconds and has slow performance on the keyboard.
Friday, October 05, 2012 8:00 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Same here, still happening. It's a bad experience for website visitors and can even impact your search engine positioning, if that's important to you. Have a large picture which is downloaded, resized small by the web browser, and shown. Some of them affect only the current document, while others...
Any clues? Laurie's system has plenty of memory (1 GB), yet when she tried to open a very clip-art-heavy document, Word froze. I hope Microsoft will look into this and release a fix in future updates. check over here In a word: poorly.
I triedthe workarounds proposed here. I need to see the >> > pictures so placeholders option no good. This is purely on one computer. Most of us have many ‘printers' listed these days -- many of which aren't even printers, but instead are printer drivers.
When i uninstall this it wotks fine. It dose not have a table of contents. Every time I scroll the > >> > graphics on the next page take ages to render (5-20secs). He said he could type just fine in Word, but as soon as he used the mouse to click in another area of the document it would hang for 10 seconds
Categories | Full Archive By Date | Business Card | About Advertisements do not imply my endorsement of any product or service. Text entry was as fast as my typing of this message. Oh well, you live and learn;-) "Ron Barker" wrote: Hi This may not be of any use but have you had a look at page manager it may be set to Fired Up Last modified Sep 23, 2015 at11:38AM vesuvius @ZippyV: Obviously you are not using Office 365, I have both thick client and use the browser to view documents at work