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Hello Mr, Rhykhus,

I tried to 'save as' a new file name I got error 'visio internal error
#3400' action 1005: Save As. By closing and re-openning and restarting visio
does not solve the problem. My get around: Made the change to the visio chart
and save (sa the same name).
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The other server boot error also getting the 'write delay error' resulting:
"to an an existing blade that has been up for a few months. We started
getting write delay errors and now the system hangs at the Windows splash
screen on boot."

So this is not just a visio 'write delay error' to visio only, rather I
syspect it is a Window design/engineering problem that should be escalated to
Microsoft Developer Team.

Many thanks

Alick Lok - SAN Storage Admin and Mainframe Systems Programmer.


"niceguy1978" wrote:

> Dear Mr. Rhykhus,
>
> Thanks for your reply. Let me answer your questions:
> Question #1:
> Does this happen on new/blank Visio drawings (File/New/New Drawing) with
> new Equation Editor 3.0 object (Insert/Object.../Equation Editor 3.0) or
> just existing drawings with existing equation editor objects?
>
> Answer for Q#1: It happens whenever an equation editor object is
> added to the visio file. The visio file can be a new one containing no
> equation editor object at all or can be a old one already containing
> an equation editor object. In the latter case, the file is created in power
> point
> with equation editor object and then later pasted in visio as a 'group';
> i.e., as
> an image in visio.
>
> Question#2:
> Are the equations off the page at all, and onto the scratch area (gray
> space)?
> Answer for Q#2: The equations are on the same page and on the figure
> itself. For example, consider naming a specific part in the figure, such as
> a node in a circuit, by a symbol, such as 'i'. You place this symbol close to
> the specific part of the figure.
>
> Question#3:
> Are you using the service packs for Office 2003 and Visio 2003? (currently
> service pack 3)
> Answer for Q#3: I think I have them installed once I got this error. But I
> will
> check for this one more time.
>
> I found a way to get around the problem, but I still would like to solve the
> my problem.
> Way around the problem:
> 1) Create the figure without any equation editor object in visio.
> 2) Copy the figure onto powerpoint.
> 3) Insert the equation editor object to the figure in powerpoint. There is
> no problem in this.
> 4) Group the figure with equation editor objects in powerpoint and copy the
> grouped item onto visio
> 5) Save as grouped item as a visio file or as any other file .tif as you like
>
> I would appreciate if you could reply with your suggestions.
>
> Sincerely,
> niceguy
>
> "Aaron Rykhus [MSFT]" wrote:
>
> > Does this happen on new/blank Visio drawings (File/New/New Drawing) with
> > new Equation Editor 3.0 object (Insert/Object.../Equation Editor 3.0) or
> > just existing drawings with existing equation editor objects?
> >
> > Are the equations off the page at all, and onto the scratch area (gray
> > space)?
> >
> > Are you using the service packs for Office 2003 and Visio 2003? (currently
> > service pack 3)
> >
> >
> >
> > Best Regards,
> >
> > Aaron Rykhus, MCP, MCDST
> > Online Support Engineer
> > Microsoft Corporation
> > ----------------------------------------------
> > This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights


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