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Does anyone really know if Photoshop has the control it claims to have of its own memory use under Win2K? In a "real" OS like Win2K, memory limits are generally pretty well-hidden from the application. As to spool settings, if you don't spool directly to the printer, you spool to disk, so that should work fine unless you're running low on disk space. I don't think RAM space has much to do with spooling, but that's just a semi-educated guess. -- Ciao, Paul D. DeRocco Paul mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org > From: Wildboots@aol.com > > You need to allocate more memory to Photoshop. You can specify this in > Preferences. You can safely use 75% of your RAM dedicated to Photoshop. > Also, make sure that your scratch disk setting is using the hard drive, > not the start up. This will help considerably. Finally (!) make sure > your printer spool settings are set to *spool directly to printer.* It > will print slower, but won't hang up or print only part of the image. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.