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TIFF

TIF or TIFF format (Tagged Image File Format) is the most common format for saving bitmapped images that will be printed or imported into a page layout program such as QuarkXPress™. It can be used on both the Mac and the PC. It was originally created by the Aldus Corp. for saving scanned images. A TIFF file can be CMYK, RGB, grayscale, index, or bitmap.

 


 

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