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Posted on 2006-10-24
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Hello,

What's step can I follow to merge several one-page TIF images into a single multi-page TIF in VB.NET?

I've scoured the site here, and I haven't been able to find a clear answer. Many people have pointed to the System.Drawing namespace, but I haven't had much luck.

Example:

I have [b]multi.tif[/b] already created.

I also have a directory with 10 TIF's named:

single1.tif, single2.tif, ... , single9.tif, single10,tif

I wish to merge all of the single*.tif single pages, into one large file.

Thank you,

Whah!
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Found this, if its any help. I guess you need to open the image and add the second image to the first and so on.

http://dotnetslackers.com/newsgroups/microsoft_public_dotnet_languages_vb_upgrade/ng-116425_How_to_merge_images_in_vb_net.aspx

cheers,
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Yes please.
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