File size limits "Java heap space" error on Mac
Thread poster: Kevin M

Kevin M

Local time: 07:03
Japanese to English
Jul 21, 2011

Hi all,

I'm running Wordfast Pro on a Mac with Leopard OS and have tried to open a largish PPT file (60 slides) but see that the "document is too big" and I get a "Java heap space" error message. I split the file in two, and the same thing. Then a quarter, and the same thing. Now I've reduced the original graphics/photos heavy PPT presentation to one simple title slide, but the same thing happens. Why is a one-slide PPT file with a few lines of text too big? I've maxed the memory, b
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Hi all,

I'm running Wordfast Pro on a Mac with Leopard OS and have tried to open a largish PPT file (60 slides) but see that the "document is too big" and I get a "Java heap space" error message. I split the file in two, and the same thing. Then a quarter, and the same thing. Now I've reduced the original graphics/photos heavy PPT presentation to one simple title slide, but the same thing happens. Why is a one-slide PPT file with a few lines of text too big? I've maxed the memory, but that shouldn't be the issue here.

Has anyone had this problem? I really would appreciate any suggestions or help on this.

Cheers,

Kevin
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