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I'm getting an error message that says:

"There is not enough memory available to process the appearance of an object"

I hit OK, and it goes away. I have 2 Illy (CS) docs open, and when I go back and forth is when I get the error. File I'm working in saves OK, so far. I have 3 gigs of ram, and current PF is 863MB (I also have ArcMap, Outlook, and Firefox open). BTW, I'm using MapPublisher, and one of the layers I imported is a wells point layer with about 16,000 points. Maybe I should deleted some of the fields from the attribute table BEFORE importing it into AI....hhmmmmm....hindsight.....

Any ideas what this error is or what may be causing it?? Thanks.

chad!

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It's the point file.

I've seen this error when trying to open big CAD files. Usually it opens in outline /preview mode. Is there a reason why you would need to have all 16,000 points in one map?

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Thanks. Thats what I figured. The 16,000 points are gas wells, have to show em all in the background. Think I'll strip out most of the attributes next time seeing as I really dont need them.

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I don't think it's the attributes, but you can try that.

You may want to try splitting up the gas wells into different layers...probably wont help but you never know.

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Maybe I should deleted some of the fields from the attribute table BEFORE importing it into AI.





I would delete every field you don't need. You can always join a table if you need the data. If that doesnt work, you can select out half of the points and create a second shape file and import each one seperately. Once you get the points in the document you should be able to work with it.






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