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Please try the request again. All rights reserved. Does anyone know if this is a limitation of some sort within Excel ? According to the Microsoft documentation, this problem is being caused because I am applying formatting to each individual cell: This problem occurs when the workbook contains more than approximately 4,000 different
Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote Mar 4th, 2003,09:32 PM #2 PaddyD MrExcel MVP Join Date May 2002 Posts 14,027 welcome to the board! A combination is defined as a unique set of formatting elements that are applied to a cell. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Topic GroupingsABS Function Arrays AVERAGE Function Colours in Excel Conditional Formatting COUNTA Function COUNTIF Function Custom Functions Dates & Times Excel
What can I do? getting an error message saying "No more fonts may be applied". No any other action can be taken unless terminate the excel program. Ron :banghead: xld12-31-2007, 02:41 AMThere must be something else there Ron, in my tests I just get 4.
I believe I have figured out a workaround, which is to use the findFont method to see if the formatting you wish to use already exists, instead of calling CreateFont each Excel - Tips and Solutions for Excel Privacy Statement Terms of Service Top All times are GMT -4. I'm not adding any new fonts. You Might Also Enjoy Reading: POI ColdFusion Custom Tags First Release Looking For A New Job?
Its appears to contain about 20 basic chart styles. I've expanded the workbook to 28 sheets (all but one have a chart on them) and I've been able to make font changes w/o any trouble. CaptRon12-19-2007, 11:29 AMThat did it. I only receive the same error message.
Is there a reason some users would be getting this error while others (including myself) don't? It's probably the graphs giving you the headache. In the Format menu, select Selected Chart Area. My workbook has 5 sheets and only 4 of them bear a small bar chart.
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This seemed to help until I began creating duplicates of the sheets. Almost no borders used in the worksheet. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
What do I need to do to remove this error. Can anyone advice? Guest, Nov 2, 2004, in forum: Microsoft Excel Crashes Replies: 1 Views: 865 Guest Nov 2, 2004 Error Message: "No more new fonts may be applied in this workbook" Guest, Apr Are all users using the same or older versions of Excel? 2.
In Excel, I opened a file and an error message and says "no more new fonts may be applied in this workbook" -I click ok and it won't close the error Select the Font tab. But as I create additional sheets, expanding the workbook to about 1700K and perhaps 12 or 13 sheets, I am getting the message again "No more new fonts may be applied And on top of that, a file named XL8GALRY.xls occasionally appears in the VBE but is not visible in the Excel window.
A combination includes all font formatting (for example: typeface, font size, italic, bold, and underline), borders (for example: location, weight, and color), cell patterns, number formatting, alignment, and cell protection.NOTE: If Ben Nadel Apr 21, 2008 at 3:28 PM 12,882 Comments @Ezra,I may have been too quick to jump to conclusions.