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Question for people who know more about computers and .tif files than i do.
ok, so for one of my jobs which i do from home, i send my employer .tif files that contain anywhere from 5-20 pages of information. my current method of doing this is to print out hard copies of the stuff i need, then scan it all back into my computer and then save what i've scanned as a .tif file.
sort of a pain in the ass but it's been working ok, until my printer/scanner started to fuck up.
is there any way to "print" virtually and then combine into a .tif file without actually printing it out and wasting all that paper? for example, i'd print ten individual pages separately, then combine them into one .tif file, then send that one file over an email.
i'm sure it's pretty easy to do, i just don't have the time right now to figure it out as i have all kinds of wedding shit to do this weekend but i need to have it figured out by sunday or monday
Check out this link. If this isn't exactly what you are looking for, just google '.doc to .tif' and you should be able to find in there.
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Do you have Adobe Acrobat? If so I believe that when you go to "print" the item you want to print, instead of using your normal printer, see if you can select Adobe PDF for a printer and then when you print it, it saves it into adobe and creates a new file. You can rename this file. Then, you can create a new file and add all the pages you want to that file so they are all together. Then you can email that whole thing to someone. Thats how we do it at where I work.
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