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firewarrior1705

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#1 11 years ago

does anyone know if there's a tool I can download that can show me where I have a " missing? I always get the not enough memory error and I've looked through all odf files several times and still nothing. any help would be welcomed. thanks!




CanadianBorg

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#2 11 years ago

I've got a simpler solution. Use the "find" utility in Notepad or Wordpad or whatever you are using. Then type in the quotation mark. When you see it skip over the beginning or end of an entry, there's your problem.




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#3 11 years ago

Do you know which file it is?




CanadianBorg

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#4 11 years ago

That's the best way that I am aware of. Sorry I can't be of more help.




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#5 11 years ago
firewarrior1705;4501625does anyone know if there's a tool I can download that can show me where I have a " missing? I always get the not enough memory error and I've looked through all odf files several times and still nothing. any help would be welcomed. thanks!

Yeah, I hate that problem. Everytime I ran into that I do a bit of gear turning in my memory and try to recall what files I was working on before I started getting the "not enough memory" problem, look at it this way it could've been worse, ar least you know that your only dealing with the ODF files. ;)




firewarrior1705

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#6 11 years ago

problem solved. it was a pesky ship name that was troublesome