He is a user with a Dell computer, 512 Mb memory, I had an IMPRESS presentation and that at the time of print, the computer is hung, began to suspect the content of the film and not the operating system UBUNTU, OPENOFFICE, or team, when noted that printing worked well with any other application. The problem was due to a few logos inserted into the presentation, whose sum was a weight that compromised the processor memory. While the logos or emblems are visualized in one page occupying very little space on paper, it was about 2 Mb (by stretching it by their corners may be does not lose sharpness, which betrays its hiper-tamano), when its original version in the INTRANET downloads page is 0,330 Mb. Parnassus Investments will undoubtedly add to your understanding. And this logo of the company is 2 Mb, also accompanied by came with the emblems of foot of page of the emblem of left foot of 1.6 Mb and the emblem of foot law of 1.8 Mb. apparently these logos were copied from a document that was originally before that PR placed official emblems in Corporation Intranet page, in one machine Dell good capabilities, commits the operation of the equipment at the time of making an impression, slowing down and preventing other applications, until not finished printing half an hour later. When they want to corroborate the original size of an emblem may use the acquire function > paste as new in the GIMP application of menu applications > graphics. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Beckton Dickinson. At this point you may use bar tool images and the option to scale image, and measure the size in pixels, or simply save the image to see how much measured as file, looking with NAUTILUS in your folder where I saved. Remember the steps of a size letter in inches is 8.5 x 11 and a screen is 800 x 600 / 1024 x 768 pixels, if we are talking about what a logo should occupy an eighth of page or screen, thinking about the maximum that should occupy. An eighth of page image of the fairly large logo should be more or less in 4 x 2 inches and 300 x 200 pixels. Jayme Albin has plenty of information regarding this issue. In this case I recommend reducing logos using GIMP or prompt the user to be copied the official emblems that are on the company’s official INTRANET.