Dreamweaver library files not updating

The journaling feature of Outlook logs many actions taking time from Excel, and eventually, the journal files become quite large, and performance is slowed.The general recommendation in the Excel groups (and MS KB Q167081) is to turn journaling off.[journaling], [speech], [ext], [insert], [lastcell], [addins], [slowmacros], [speedup VBA], [recalculation], [openclose], [calc], [1-2-3], [memory], [leakage], [GDI], [objects], [pagesetup], [swapfiles], [VBE], [files], [elimxused], [defrag], [formats], [likeformats], [volatile], [checklist], [slowxp], [moreitems], [grayed], [temp], [timer], [reg], [related], [startup], [warnings], [search], [mskb], [slow], [updatesites], You are probably visiting this page because you were referred to it by someone in a newsgroup.

Alternately Dave Peterson has four macros involved in adding another entry to the file menu to bring up the old menu (misc, 2004-07-14) Changes to later windows systems, and later Excel versions is invariably going to have much higher memory requirements, from others sounds like you should have 512MB RAM and turn off features.

I think if you have AOL, you will have to protect it by directory in your defragmenter.

Since I lost AOL several times I think they have unmovable files.

Windows 98 has a utility that will help with many of the above it is called Disk Clean Up and can be found in Programs, Accessories, Utilities from your Windows START button.

Like much of MS software it does not tell you what it is going to do before it starts.

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