I have a multipage TIFF file I need to use in Word 2007. Problem is I can only figure out how to insert the first page the multipage TIFF file. Does Word have the ability to let me select which page of the mulipage tiff I want to insert or do I have to break the TIFF file up (which would be a pain)?
I don't know if Word can do it, but Irfanview has an option to extract multiple pages from a multipage tiff. I just used that to break up the whole document into its individual pages and went from there.
I thought Adobe Photoshop could do everything, but apparently it cannot read multipage TIFF files.
I have a TIFF file with four pages, and I need to edit one of the pages. Windows Picture Viewer can print all four pages, but cannot split them. Anyone know how I can split the original TIFF into four separate images suitable for editing?
The Google search for "free tiff splitter windows" returns lots of suspicious looking downloads.
The King of image transformation software is Image Magick. You can use this to do most image translations / conversions, and it's a respected (and therefore as safe) as these things can be.
It's a command line tool, but more powerful for that. At a command prompt, simply type ...
convert multipage.tif single%d.tif
to create multiple tif files.