convert multiple file types to tiff file

Is there an application that will combine and convert Word, Excel and pdf files into one tiff file?
Donna HSr. Manager of ITAsked:
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Scott CSenior Systems EnginerCommented:
Take a look at this...

File Conversion Center
To Batch Convert to PDF, TIFF, JPG

http://www.peernet.com/conversion-software/convert-multiple-files/

There is a free trial.
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Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
If you "Save as" all the MS Office office files (Word, Excel) as PDF, then you can use IrfanVew (free here: http://www.irfanview.com/) to convert PDF files to TIF files...
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Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
Other than a program specifically designed for that purpose (such as the one that Scott posted), there are two primary ways to go from Excel and Word to TIFF, with an intermediate stop at PDF. One is to do a Save As to PDF, the other is to print to a PDF print driver, such as Adobe PDF, which is part of the Adobe Acrobat install. If you don't have Adobe PDF, there are many free PDF print drivers out there. Three excellent ones are Bullzip, CutePDF Writer, and doPDF.

You may use one of these techniques (Save As or Print to PDF) to create all PDFs via a macro, script, or program, and then convert them to TIFF. As Paul mentioned, IrfanView can do this. You may use the GUI to do it, but if you want an automated, batch approach, the IrfanView command line interface is the way to go, as follows:

i_view32.exe /multitif=(output.tif,*.pdf)

That command tells IrfanView to take all of the input PDF files (*.pdf) and combine them into a single output TIFF file (output.tif). Regards, Joe
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Donna HSr. Manager of ITAuthor Commented:
The Peernet software works well and will be the easiest for my customer to use.  In addition to the File conversion center, Peernet also has a PDF writer that will merge and save-as Tiff.  This seems to be the best option. I already tried the IrfanView and it will perform this function also, but there are a few more steps and it is a little more complicated. Thanks for the solutions.
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Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
You're welcome. Happy to help. Regards, Joe
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Scott CSenior Systems EnginerCommented:
Excellent.
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