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Fax software that supports multi-page TIFF

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I was using FaxWorks Pro 3.0 in a Windows 3.1 machine.  But it seems that the software has no upgrade for Windows 95.  Is there any other fax software in Windows 95 that can support multi-page TIFF file format & is bundled with OCR function as well?
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by:MacDuffie
ID: 1012040
WinFax Pro.  The only way to go.  By Symantec.
Patty
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by:pmak
ID: 1012041
WinFax does not support multi-page TIFF.
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by:busuka
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Why you insist on multi-page TIFF ? Take some conversion program,
like GWS (Graphic WorkShop) or Alchemy and convert TIFF to any
suitable format.
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by:skylab060398
ID: 1012043
This may help in your search:

http://www.winfiles.com/apps/98/fax.html


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by:pmak
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To: skylab

It's useful.  Thanks a lot.
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by:pmak
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Adjusted points to 150
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by:chris_a
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It is built into Windows, try:

Control Panel -> Add/Remove progs -> Windows Setup -> Accessories -> Imaging
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by:pmak
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Thanks Chris.  But I tried & still cannot get the Wang Viewer to send & receive fax.  No doubt it can open TIFF image.  Could you tell me more?
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by:netmage
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Do you use MSOFFICE 97 or word97.
It has a good fax creation option and supports tif.
Get MS FAX
And if you want the Rolls Royce of OCR, OMNIPAGE PRO 9 has been released. Simply use OLE with word97.

I set this up recently at an office and all is happy.

There are other cheaper options but i know this works.

netmage



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aseem072898 earned 300 total points
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Use Presto Page Manager

Aseem
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