Although you have not specified the different partition types I assume you followed tutorial http://knowledgebase.macrium.com/display/KNOW/Cloning+a+disk
As you are cloning to a smaller destination hard drive you should not select 'Copy Selected partitions'. This option is for an exact copy of the source disk. Although Macrium is investigating your suggestion, in practice many people who have C: drive and perhaps one or more data drives will want the flexibility to set the sizes themselves and not have it set for them. Therefore until something better is available that gives this flexibility the following is the way:
The following is for the benefit of others who are new to cloning.
I suggest you remove any partitions on the Destination disk before you start by selecting each partition in turn by clicking on 'Delete existing partition' (useful when you are using a previously used destination drive)
(a) You should not resize the small partitions such as System Reserved, FAT32, GPT and typically sizes less than 1GB
(b) Now drag the first partition from Source to Destination, if it is not a partition as in (a) click on 'Cloned Partition Properties', in the new 'Partition Properties' dialog resize using one of the options in as in following picture then > 'OK'.
(b) Now drag the next partition from Source to Destination and if not type (a) click on 'Cloned Partition Properties', in the new dialog resize as in dialog above > 'OK'
(c) Repeat for other partitions in Turn. You will need to establish what the size of each partition should be to leave sufficient space for the last partition. This is obviously what you did after the initial problem.
Hope this is useful to some if not the original posting who has resolved the problem