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    Memory (Excel 2000 Professional)

    Trying to move an object on my worksheet and get the following message:
    There is not enough memory available to complete this operation.

    I was able to move the objects before but all of a sudden got this message.

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    Re: Memory (Excel 2000 Professional)

    Does this persist after you quit and restart Excel?
    Does this persist after you reboot your PC?

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    Re: Memory (Excel 2000 Professional)

    I've tried exiting out of Excel and rebooting my PC. The problem still persists.

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    Re: Memory (Excel 2000 Professional)

    The problem appears to be with this on particular spreadsheet. I am not having the issue with other spreadsheets.

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    Re: Memory (Excel 2000 Professional)

    I'll try to find possible causes, but I haven't been able to get to Google for some hours.

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    Re: Memory (Excel 2000 Professional)

    Perhaps the workbook is corrupt. See Corrupt Files.

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    Re: Memory (Excel 2000 Professional)

    I've resolved my issue. I had hidden a significant number of rows. When I showed them I was able to move the object around. It must have been because of the number of rows that were hidden. Thank you for trying to help me.

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    Re: Memory (Excel 2000 Professional)

    Thanks for sharing the solution, it may help others wrestiling with the same problem.

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