Memory issues are very common while dealing with the Microsoft Excel application, no matter what version you are using as memory error may appear on any of the Microsoft version (from 2010 to 2016).
There are different types of memory errors that can appear and prevent user to execute a specific action. In this blog, we will discuss several of the Microsoft Excel Memory error and try different solutions to get rid of them.
But before going to troubleshoot the memory error, it is recommended that find out the root cause of this error first as through this we can prevent the Microsoft memory error in the future.
After launching the Microsoft Excel 2016, Microsoft is pressurizing the users to install 64-bit Office in order to skip the running out of memory and resources issues. In their previous version of Excel, Microsoft suggested 32-bit because some of the controls and add-ins were not yet present in the 64-bit compatible versions. If you are dealing with a lot of macros then it is recommended to test it first before migrating to 64-bit Excel. (more…)