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    Microscoft Office (2000)

    The problem revolves around the use of our network and in each student having their own user areas, when they log on the network it denies them access to the Organisational Chart with a message saying it failed to open or there was insufficient memory, but when I logon as Administrator on any PC it works fine. This is strange and new to us. We have looked and MSKB and tried all of the suggested fixes but no go. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Re: Microscoft Office (2000)

    Does PPT2000: Cannot Insert an Organization Chart If You Use Windows NT or 2000 help? Althought this MSKB article is for PowerPoint, it applies to other Office applications too.

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    Re: Microscoft Office (2000)

    Could you possibly explain in more detail how your Organisational Chart is set up?
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    Re: Microscoft Office (2000)

    Not sure what you mean? We are using the insert object command and then using the MS org chart 2.0 this is when the problems occur.

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    Re: Microscoft Office (2000)

    Are you indeed saying that changing the permissions - as indicated in <!mskb=218571>Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 218571<!/mskb> - does not work for you? I do appreciate that you stated that you had reviewed the MSKB. I only ask because - since you have no problem as Administrator - it would indeed appear to be a permissions issue.
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    Re: Microscoft Office (2000)

    We have tried the permissions thing - and have come to the conclusion that it is a permission thing...

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