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I have just performed a clean install of Office 2010, having totally removed
my Office 2007. I have installed the 64 bit variant, running on my (fairly
new) Sony Vaio with 250 Gb ssd and 6 Gb RAM. I am running windows 7 ultimate
(64 bit). Imagine my surprise that, whenever I start Excel, I get the error
message:
Not enough resources to display completely!!!

I have not opened any workbook, nor do I have any other programs running,
and I am a bit perplexed as to what could be causing this issue. Any ideas?

I did also get some error messages when first starting Word but these seem
to have cleared themselves up after a reboot. And, to be honest, I was
getting a similar error recently when running Excel 2007 (32 bit of course)
but only for a particular file at least that is what I though) which had been
recovered and repaired so I was not overly worried But, following a clean
install and with nothing else running... ...

Any suggestions would be greatly received.

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Steps to resolve "Not enough resources to display completely" error in Excel 2010
  1. Check that your computer meets the minimum system requirements for running Excel 2010.
  2. Start Excel in safe mode by holding down the Ctrl key while clicking on the Excel icon to start the program. If Excel starts without any issues in safe mode, there may be a conflict with another program or add-in.
  3. Disable any add-ins you have installed or uninstall any recently installed programs to see if that resolves the issue.
  4. Repair your Office installation by going to Control Panel Programs and Features, finding Microsoft Office 2010 in the list of installed programs, and clicking on it. Then, click on the option to Change or Repair the installation and follow the prompts to repair your installation.
  5. Check if a particular Excel file is causing the issue by opening other Excel files to see if the issue persists. If it does, try creating a new file to see if that works.
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