Graphics appear correctly in typeset preview but not in print
Version: 3.x & 4.x - Scientific WorkPlace, Scientific Word
Graphics appear correctly when you typeset preview your document, but they don't appear at all when you typeset print.
Processing the graphics may require more memory than is available to the special graphics handler provided with the program. Early versions of the program made 4000 kbytes of memory available to the special graphics handler. Beginning with Version 3.51 Build 1990, the amount was changed to 32000 kbytes.
If you have Version 3.5 or earlier, you can increase the memory available to the handler:
If your computer is currently using lots of virtual memory, the graphics may not print. Reboot the computer so that Windows releases some of the virtual memory resources it has claimed and then try to typeset print the document from outside the program:
You may be able to reduce the size of your graphics files so that they require less memory. If you don't need sophisticated color graphics, use the graphics program to save the images with fewer colors or to save them as black and white images.
Last revised 02/28/06
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