Not enough system resources to display dialog

toelle

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I am using Excel 2013
I have one spreadsheet that is giving me issues on my new laptop.

When I go to:
Conditional Formatting - Manage Rules
I get an error message: Not enough system resources to display dialog


It is only on this spreadsheet.
I have larger spreadsheets that dont give me any issue.
And this spreadsheet is ok from my desktop (no error)
I have plenty of memory on my laptop.

Any ideas?
 

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