How to Convert .Pdf to .Tiff

by Oxana Fox

TIFF defines a standard image format denoted by file extensions ".tiff" or "tif." This format permits to store high-quality graphics. The Adobe portable document format, abbreviated as PDF, is broadly used for document and file exchange. Converting PDF files to images allows a user to conveniently insert the file data into another document or presentation, or edit file graphic elements. Adobe software provides a simple option to convert a PDF file into TIFF images.

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Start the Adobe Acrobat program.

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Press the key "Ctrl" "O" on the computer keyboard or use the Adobe program menu "File" and then "Open" to open the relevant PDF file.

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Press the three key combination "Ctrl" + "Shift" + "S" to get to the Adobe "Save" window.

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Select the "TIFF " format in the listbox "Save as type."

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Click the button "Settings" and set the resolution for the TIFF image file, for instance 600 pixel/inch in the box "Resolution." Then click "OK."

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Type any name for the TIFF image file in the field "File name" and click the button "Save."

About the Author

Oxana Fox is a freelance writer specializing in medicine and treatment, computer software and hardware, digital photography and financial services. She graduated from Moscow Medical College in 1988 with formal training in pediatrics.