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S. Answer for Q#2: The equations are on the same page and on the figure itself. I made the change on a Windows 7 box using the following method. 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 http://ndsman.net/visio-internal/visio-internal-3400.php

wr Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar Threads Visio 2000 internal error #3400 By Thomas in forum Visio Troubleshooting Replies: 2 Last Post: 11-03, 03:55 PM Browse other questions tagged document-library visio-services visio or ask your own question. SP1 appears to have stomped on the Adobe addins as the Adobe printer also showed some strange characteristics. Does anyone know the resolution of it.

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I am not able to find a solution to this problem in the web, though it has been mentioned once in a website (lockergnome). Help Register Log in Remember Me? Do you have a way to open it in Visio Technical and remove the embedded doent? -- Bill Morein Microsoft Corporation This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and Home Questions Office Help Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Ask a Question Excel Microsoft Word PowerPoint Advanced Search Forum Office & Productivity

Robbie Robbie Reply With Quote 11-10, 06:42 PM #2 Re: Visio Internal Error: #3400 That is an OLE error, which means that it is probably related to an embedded doent in AS5200 Flash Memory 9. This file was created with Visio technical 2000. Visio Internal Error 3400 Action 2463 Keywords: SharePoint Foundation, Visio repair, Fix found Like this:Like Loading...

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. Visio Internal Error 3400 Action 1004 If so then can you do a Save As in a different format, like GIF? takeown /f c:\Windows\System32\t2embed.dll icacls.exe c:\windows\system32\t2embed.dll /grant *S-1-5-11:(GR) Hope that helps someone... http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/46894/internal-error-3400-when-trying-to-check-in-a-visio-file-to-a-document-library I decided to "repair" my 2010 version of Visio, since I tend to have all sorts of mixes of version of stuff on my computer and repair Microsoft Office fairly regularly. 

Disabling on-the-fly projecting in Arcmap? Visio Internal Error 3400 Action 1012 As soon as I took out the value in the Excel file it worked perfectly. "Aaron Rykhus [MSFT]" wrote: > I still don't get the error when saving, based on your Visio internal error: #3400; Action 1014: Open Saved File My PC was rebooted during a save of a visio 2000 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.

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http://www.sandrila.co.uk/ Engineering and software shapes for Visio. http://www.textndata.com/forums/visio-internal-error-3400-a-256557.html Thanks, -Brian Top 1. Visio Internal Error 3400 Action 1283 Copyright 2012 TextNData.com. Visio Internal Error 3400 Action 1002 Prove that odd polynomials have at least one root.

The image below shows the properties inside the red box. this contact form For example, consider naming a specific part in the figure, such as a node in a circuit, by a symbol, such as 'i'. I had tried try but it is not working. Stay logged in Welcome to Office Forums! Visio Internal Error 3400 Action 1005

Marked as answer by Jennifer ZhanModerator Thursday, April 21, 2011 2:19 AM Tuesday, April 19, 2011 12:02 AM Reply | Quote All replies 1 Sign in to vote What are you Finally, I checked the "Info" page in Visio itself where you have to check-in the document and I found a bunch of properties on the right that were not all filled In Visio, under the Help menu, click About Microsoft Office Visio. have a peek here 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,

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Dell Inspiron15 3521 running Win7 Pro When trying to save to PDF: before saving, go to "options" and uncheck box "ISO 19005-1 compliant PDF/A" This worked for me an I can

Similar Threads Saving: Internal Error #3400, Action 1004 Alisa, Aug 16, 2004, in forum: Visio General Replies: 1 Views: 817 Pavan Kishore K. Drag and drop a Resistor shape from the Shapes window onto the middle of the page. 3. Click on Greek characters (uppercase), click I, click on the File menu, and click Save. Visio Internal Error 3400 Action 2117 I am NOT able to save the .vsd file as a .pdf.

I also moved the file to another computer, but same results. I am able to save the visio file when I delete the equation editor letters/objects. 2) I do not face this problem in a word file. Most useful knowledge from the 30's to understand current state of computers & networking? Check This Out The place in the figure where this symbol is added is not important. 5) Try saving this file now.

About 01Mar15 Visio Internal Error #3400 Action2011 By Russell Wright Leave aComment Categories: SharePoint/Office Integration The dreaded "internal error!"  What to do?  What was I trying to do?  Simple. Click on the File menu, point to Shapes, point to Electrical > Engineering, click Fundamental Items (US Units). Thursday, November 10, 2011 11:40 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Yes, when I attempt to save it as a PDF to a different path I receive the This file was created with Visio technical 2000.

By closing and re-openning and restarting visio does not solve the problem. Best Regards, Aaron Rykhus, MCP, MCDST Online Support Engineer Microsoft Corporation ---------------------------------------------- This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. Click on Greek characters (uppercase), click I, click on the File menu, > and click Save. > > The drawing saves without error. > > > In Visio, under the Help Start Visio Professional 2003, click on the File menu, point to New, click New Drawing (US Units) 2.

Next try restarting Visio. I made sure that all of them were filled in and after that I no longer received an error when checking in the Visio drawing. Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Word Outlook Excel Access Connect With Us Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2014 XenForo Ltd. 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.

Friday, November 11, 2011 12:34 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote There are many other PDF creator applications available (some free, some not), might be worth a try. I tried to save older drawings with the same inserted pictures, and the problem returned. Rykhus, The following sequence of steps creates the error in my system: 1) Invoke visio2003 and create a new .vsd file 2) Put a visio object in the file. I have wasted a lot of time trying to fix this problem.

Click on the Insert menu and click Object..., under 'Object type' click Microsoft Equation 3.0, make sure Create new is selected and Display as icon is unchecked. I attempted to take my Viso 2010 drawing .vsd and then Save As PDF then recieved this error message: "Visio internal error: 3400 Action 1005: Save As First try closing and Aaron Rykhus [MSFT], Jan 3, 2008 #6 Theresa Hardy Guest Hello, I know this is an old post, but I was having this error as well. At last I found that removing an imported picture (copy from other Visio drawing and originaly extracted from a screenshot) from de drawing solved the problem.