Re: Could not complete your request because there is not enough ram
I've had this happen too, Kaye. I've gone thru the steps that Manu mentions as well. For me, sometimes doing a "Purge" in Photoshop helps. I'm not sure there is a Purge in Elements; and if not, then deleting the temporary files, as Manu, says might help. You didn't mention trying that, although maybe you have, but just wanted to say for me, sometimes that works. If not, I will usually just save what it is I'm working on (if I can), shut down and reopen the program, and it works again. I have noticed that it does this more on CS6 64 bit, rather than the 32 bit. I know the 64 bit takes up a lot more memory. Just some random thoughts.