Print Tiff files

Posted on 2010-09-08
Last Modified: 2012-05-10
I have users on a Windows 2008 Terminal Services running Windows 2010 Pro. In Office 2003 they used to be able to print to the Microsoft XPS Document Imaging and save the file as a Tiff file. This was a very good TIFF converter. However in Office 2010 the XPS printer driver no longer allows you to create a TIFF. Is there some other way to do this ? I have tried Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro but it creates a separate file for each page of the document.
Question by:ConcentricsInc
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not sure if this article from ms would help regarding alternatives
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Try AZ Image:

Do you really need TIFFs, Office 2010 allows you to save docs as PDFs.
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is there any reason why you want to print to produce a tiff file?

there are various print drivers, some free, that can produce other formats eg cutepdf will allow you to print to pdf for free
or to print to tiff maybe a tool like this or verypdf which does a variety of formats

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It is a requirement by the government that certain documents we file are uploaded as TIFF. The source is PDF already. I will look at these other options and get back to you.
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if they are pdf already then there is this freebie converter, might help

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