(2014/04/17 20:14), Cley Faye wrote:
2014-04-17 12:29 GMT+02:00 Thomas Blasejewicz <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
I do have a not so big Calc file for my personal "accounting" (keeping
track of my work)
The one from last year was about 160 kb. This year's contains naturally
And that suddenly jumped to 27 MB and file constantly crashes.
Copying the data into a new few file gives me about 78 kb.
Where does that giant data package of 27 MB suddenly come from?
Can I get rid of it?
Do you often copy/paste data? It is possible that some behavior changed
Anyway, to find exactly what is taking so much space, you can try this:
- Copy your file somewhere (just to be safe)
- Rename it to .zip
- Open it
There, you should be able to see what file take that much space. If it's in
contents.xml, then it will need further examination, but if it's in another
file, it might be easier/quicker to deal with.
I am afraid, I do not understand.
Renaming the file to "current name.zip" does not change anything.
Creating a Zip Folder/file generates only ONE folder, containing ONE
file = the calc file. Size as stated.
I cannot see any XML file anywhere ....
To answer the question about copying:
No, I do not often "copy" things. Only entering data once in a while.
Think of this file as a notebook.
It has always worked in the past ...
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