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TIFF files

I am having difficulty printing Tiff files from a microsoft program onto 11 x 17 sized paper to my WC 5335. When I print my file it will print only the 81/2 x 11 image on the 11 x 17 paper. I want the image to fill up the whole 11 x 17 page when I print I select fit to size, but I still get the samething. Has anyone ever experienced this situation? Does anybody have any tips on how I can resolve this issue. Thanks.

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Community Manager CherylO-Xerox
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Re: TIFF files

Hi Daniel,

Thank you for using the Support Forum. Please take a look at this solution for printing to 11 x 17 sized paper and see if it relates to your issue.  If this does not help please consider contacting your support centre for further assistance.

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CherylO-Xerox
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arronlee New Member
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Re: TIFF files

Yup indeed, I agree with Chery. An I also want to share you some information about TIFF:

TIFF, originally called Tagged Image File Format, is a computer file format for storing images, including photographs, line art among graphic artists, the publishing industry, and both amateur and professional photographers in general.
TIFF format is supported widely in industry image processing applications, such as Photoshop (Adobe), GIMP (Jasc), PhotoImpact and Paint Shop Pro (Ulead) and Desktop publishing & Page Layout applications, like QuarkXPress and Adobe InDesign. Other applications, like scanning, faxing, word processing, OCR and more applications are also support TIFF format. You can choose a TIFF processing SDK whose way of processing is simple and fast to process TIFF files. I am testing with the related SDKs. I hope we can have some communication later. Good luck.



Best regards,
Arron

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recthor New Member
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Re: TIFF files


@arronlee wrote:

Yup indeed, I agree with Chery. An I also want to share you some information about TIFF:

TIFF, originally called Tagged Image File Format, is a computer file format for storing images, including photographs, line art among graphic artists, the publishing industry, and both amateur and professional photographers in general.
TIFF format is supported widely in industry image processing applications, such as Photoshop (Adobe), GIMP (Jasc), PhotoImpact and Paint Shop Pro (Ulead) and Desktop publishing & Page Layout applications, like QuarkXPress and Adobe InDesign. Other applications, like scanning, faxing, word processing, OCR and more applications are also support TIFF format. You can choose a TIFF processing SDK whose way of processing is simple and fast to process TIFF files. I am testing with the related SDKs. I hope we can have some communication later. Good luck.



Best regards,
Arron


thanks for sharing, that's awesome but somewhat overpriced for me who will just use it only once, do you have some cheaper or even free versions, any suggestion will be appreciated!

 

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Kimzi Valued Advisor
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Re: TIFF files

I suggest you have a look at Gimp, it's open source and free.

 

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Kimzi


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