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Thursday, May 26, 2011 2:15 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I too am having the same issue with Microsoft Word 2010. The Running Man, Dec 31, 2007, in forum: Microsoft Word Document Management Replies: 2 Views: 180 The Running Man Dec 31, 2007 Slow load times under Word 2003 SP3.... Both are working for me.I made an Imgur gallery so you can see the differences: http://imgur.com/a/J1r7S Fired Up Last modified Sep 24, 2015 at10:51AM magicalclick 3 hoursago, ZippyV wrote*snip*I made an It may also be a better quality image than the previous example where the browser did the resizing on-the-fly. check my blog

I need to see the >> > pictures so placeholders option no good. The other thing is that when I browse through the whole of the word document, every time I come to, or pass, these pages with these imported graphs even the browsing Thursday, April 04, 2013 12:23 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I recently posted a fix that, in the long run didn't work, but yesterday I fixed a Enter your address and click "Subscribe." Subscribe (Your e-mail address is not shared with anyone, ever.) View the most recent newsletter.

I think it's silly that in 2015 we still have a button right above the message in Outlook that says "If there are problems with how this message is displayed, click 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. Thanks all. Check out Mastering VBA for Office 2013 today!

The slowing down in my case only occurs when such a drawing is visible on the screen. Hope this helps. I would have used Open Office for word processing, but my version of Endnote is not compatible with it. An 18 year career as a programmer at Microsoft soon followed.

If it doesn't fix your problem, try to disable "Use subpixel positioning to smooth fonts on screen" option, click on OK button and restart the program. Not very convenient! I changed from the network printer to PDF and I can fly through the document now. I need to see the pictures so placeholders option no good.

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I am a bit amazed that the status for this issue is marked "answered" in August 2010 while there are apparantly many people actually waiting for a real fix for this You may want Word to use this... Office 2013 comes with lots of new features and enhancements. This stops graphics from being displayed fully, but Word still allows room for them in the document.

If thats not enough then i would be truly amazed;-) Thanks, Marc "challa prabhu" wrote: > Hi; > > Check the system configuration to see whether it meets the Hardware and click site Thank you! :) (Plus I got to install Picture Manager as well thanks to your tips :)) Ray I use an Intel graphics on my laptop and the only way I Last modified Sep 23, 2015 at5:23PM RetroRecursion Somebody from the Channel9 team should take a camera, go to the Outlook team and ask them why they are still in this situation.I This helps to me.

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 think the problem is Endnote, not Word2010 Proposed as answer by Augusto Carreira Friday, September 07, 2012 4:50 PM Unproposed as answer by Augusto Carreira Friday, September 07, It is simple, change left pane to outline view from thumnail view. http://midsolutions.org/word-2003/word-2003-document-very-slow-over-network.html I've resorted to splitting up my documents into smaller files for editing and then combining them for printing.

This solution worked like a dream! I'm on my very last life. Deepak Sinha Thank you for your support, it is very usefull for us.

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  1. The thing is, on another machine with acrobat installed, word performs fine again.
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  3. Looks like a "downgrade" to word 2007 is in the works for me too.
  4. Why?
  5. They're slowly showing up - I can actually see them being drawn from top to bottom.

Edited by René Peinl Tuesday, September 20, 2011 4:54 PM Tuesday, September 20, 2011 4:53 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote you would think a 3.8ghz amd 6 That changed with the release of Office 2007 where they started to use Word to render HTML emails. I suppose the memory is not sufficeint enought to render the image in > > > the document. This has a major impact on my daily work.

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I think this analysis should help MS to figure out how to solve it. I soldiered on and ended up with about 80 boxes and text entry was horrible. You may also be interested in: How do I make a picture smaller? I have a picture of our floor plans and reception usually adds text boxes on top to indicate seating charts and phone numbers.

Also, 200 to 700 k is a bit much for any kinds of images. Finally, you could have a problem with your printer driver. It is costing me money; in that documents in 2010 are taking me 2-3 times the time they used to. The thing is, on another machine with acrobat installed, word performs fine again.

I set my default printer to Microsoft XPS Writer and - blammo - updating my table of contents in Word now takes < 1 second. it would settle down and I could type just fine at very fast speed but as soon as I clicked again to go to another area of the document, CPU would If you have many big equations DON'T use Microsoft Office because it will be anoyingly slow. Challa Prabhu "funkymoose" wrote: Hi, My images are slow to load and scroll down the page in Word from office 2003.