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I was wondering why, when working on a template that I created and adding
auto text to that template, the cpu usage hangs around 50%. If I use the
template as a document and type in it, the cpu usage stays much lower
sometimes down to 0. As soon as I pull up the template as a template and
then begin to work in it, the cpu usage goes up and fluctuates as high as
50%. I have tried this on two different computers with the same result. The
second computer has 1/2 the ram and it will hang around 90% while pulling the
template up as a template and working with it. Is this normal behavior?
Seems Strange.
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Hi ?B?S00x?=,

I was wondering why, when working on a template that I created and adding
auto text to that template, the cpu usage hangs around 50%. If I use the
template as a document and type in it, the cpu usage stays much lower
sometimes down to 0. As soon as I pull up the template as a template and
then begin to work in it, the cpu usage goes up and fluctuates as high as
50%. I have tried this on two different computers with the same result. The
second computer has 1/2 the ram and it will hang around 90% while pulling the
template up as a template and working with it. Is this normal behavior?

It's possible the template file is damaged. Have you experimented with a new
file to see if you get the same problems?

Cindy Meister
INTER-Solutions, Switzerland
http://homepage.swissonline.ch/cindymeister (last update Jun 8 2004)
http://www.word.mvps.org

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I have tried creating a new template at work and checking the CPU and it is
fine. However, I am working off of Word 2003 at home and word 2000 at work,
plus we are on a server here at work. Also, I have about 50 seperate items
in autotext at home and am starting from scratch at work. All f this may
play a role. Just wondering if this is normal behavior or not? Hopefully,
someone else with alot of autotext in word 2003 can try this and see if their
CPU usage does the same thing. What I do is pull up word, then pull up a
tmplate as a template. This is key, if I pull it up as a document it is
fine. Then I pull up task manager and watch the CPu usage as I click back
into my template. As soon as I am back in the template and that is the
active window, then the CPU usage jumps up. Everyting works, just find this
behaviro strange and would like to know if it is normal? Only other problem
I have had is that, on occasion and when first typing in the key for the
first auto text to be used in a document, it will not come up. Just back
space and try again and it works for the rest of the document. I have
another post on this called "Auto Text Sometimes does not work" but have no
answers on this yet. Any further help from anyone would be appreciated.

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"Cindy M -WordMVP-" wrote:

Hi ?B?S00x?=,

I was wondering why, when working on a template that I created and adding
auto text to that template, the cpu usage hangs around 50%. If I use the
template as a document and type in it, the cpu usage stays much lower
sometimes down to 0. As soon as I pull up the template as a template and
then begin to work in it, the cpu usage goes up and fluctuates as high as
50%. I have tried this on two different computers with the same result. The
second computer has 1/2 the ram and it will hang around 90% while pulling the
template up as a template and working with it. Is this normal behavior?

It's possible the template file is damaged. Have you experimented with a new
file to see if you get the same problems?

Cindy Meister
INTER-Solutions, Switzerland
http://homepage.swissonline.ch/cindymeister (last update Jun 8 2004)
http://www.word.mvps.org

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