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Microsoft Office Document Image Viewer - What Is it?

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I have a .tiff file that's been sent to me that I can, apparently, view using Microsoft Office Document Image Viewer. Thing is, I don't know what that is and if it's even on my computer. I have Office 2000 and I don't even know where to begin.

My friend tells me that the .tiff file is "stacked," but I can't see that in Photoshop and I'm up against a wall, here.

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Use this http://www.irfanview.com/ although I am not sure it will show the stacks, but it should.
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