TIFF, the full name of which is Tagged Image File Format, is a file format for storing images. TIFF allows for a flexible set of information fields and a wide range of different compression schemes and color spaces. It is popular among graphic artists, the publishing industry, both amateur and professional photographers in general.
On the internet, there are a bunch of powerful tools that you can use to convertimage files. Some of them are very popular for their friendly interface and high quality conversion such as and Pro. VeryPDF docPrint Pro includes all the features in VeryPDF docPrint. Both the software can convert . This article would like to show you how to convert TIFF image Files via VeryPDF docPrint. You can do as following:
1 Open the document you want to convert fromin MS Windows.
2 Press Ctrl + P on the keyboard, then you will see a dialog box titled Print as following:
4 Choose docPrint in the Name combo box, and press OK to open the docPrint dialog box as illustrated below:
In the the docPrint dialog box, you can preview the effect of printing. If you want to convert more than one document from Word to TIFF, you can repeat the first three steps to add them one by one to the former document.
5 Specify TIFF File (*. TIF, *. TIFF) as the output type in the Save as type combo box. Then, the Word documents can be converted to TIFF files. Meanwhile, I suggest you to maintain the little green tick in the check box of Create a separate file for each page, because it is better for you to view the content preserving from Word to TIFF image files.
6 Select a directory in the Save in combo box and list box to store the outputting file in your computer. If you want to create a new folder, you can click the second button on the right of Save in combo box to create a new folder and click Open to open the new folder.
7 Type the name for the outputting file in the File name edit box. If there are more than one TIFF files, the computer will generate new names for the TIFF files based on the name you typed in the File name edit box. For example, if you type “Hi”, then, the name of the first TIFF file will be “Hi0001”, the second TIFF will be named as “Hi0002”.
8 Click Save to start converting and store the TIFF files in your computer.
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