Married, moved, and getting it together.
“There are too many edits in the document. This operation will be incomplete. Save your work.”
*I hate you*, Word.
September 13, 2005 2:21pm
The reason I hate Microsoft Word is that everytime they come out with a new version it takes the most commonly used functions and makes them more complicated while leaving functions that are rarely used where you can easily (if you ever wanted to) get to them. E.g. clipboard and Track Changes. I don’t think anyone who designs Word has ever used it.
March 22, 2007 6:15am
I had this “There are too many edits in the document. This operation will be incomplete. Save your work.” problem, too. I found nothing on the internet or MS help pages to help solve it, until a co-worker suggested that I download OpenOffice.org Writer, open the document and save it as another document name. This suggestion proved successful in allowing me to again use MS Word to make further changes. I’m not sure what changed internally in the document or how long before I encounter this error again, but for now I’m back to work. Maybe this adds fuel to the OpenOffice vs MS Office debate 😉
March 22, 2007 7:05am
Yes Davis – OpenOffice has helped me a lot lately too. I also have gotten great use from Google Docs — super useful.
Learn MS Word
November 4, 2008 2:11pm
I have NEVER seen that error message on MS Word, and I always use Microsoft Word to create, produce, and edit material.
November 4, 2008 2:16pm
Microsoft has, Mister “Learn MS Word” — see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/224029:
Also, please note that all comment links have rel=”nofollow” added, so there is no search engine advantage making comments on my old posts.
Thanks for your contribution.
Mail (will not be published) (required)
Notify me of followup comments via e-mail
Comments Open; Trackbacks Open.
Joe Crawford · Software engineer · Indieweb · Toy robot collector · Bodysurfer · Respiratory · Comics making · Peace, love, resistance · he/him
©1996-2020 Joe Crawfordall rights reserved except where otherwise noted