Click to expand/collapse this hidden textTo export files to TIFF images
1.Choose Export... from the 'File' menu or
press Ctrl E keys.
2.Set up the Page number range of the pages you want to export, see Selecting page ranges.
3.To avoid a new file overwriting an existing file with the same name, tick Do not overwrite files: see Overwriting files.
4.Choose TIFF images as the 'Format'.
oA wild-carded filename (with extension .TIF) and folder are supplied. To create a different filename or extension, type in the new name. To select a different folder to store the file, use the Browse button or
oCheck the LPR box; the filename will be supplied automatically.

To make 'TIFF images' format the default, click Save format.

5.Select Multi-page TIFFs if you want to create one file containing all the images rather than several files each containing a single page image.
6.Tick the Force monochrome check-box if required.
7.Click Image options... to configure more Image import/export options.
8.Tick Run the associated program after creating the file if you would like EscapeE 'eE' iconEscapeE to open the file immediately using your preferred program e.g. RTIMAGE iconRTIMAGE. See Associated programs.
9.If you have defined data fields on the pages, EscapeE can create a .LOG file automatically:
oselect the Fields to be logged: see Log file export.
oSet the Log format:
Comma separated (default)
Plain text
oFurther Log file options may be set up from the 'Log File' page of the Configuration dialog: click Log file....
10.Click OK to export the pages.

Blue diamond bullet Tip: For optimum viewing of TIFF files with resolutions other than 300 dpi users may wish to create pre-scaled fonts at the correct resolution using RedTitan Font Rasteriser.

Blue diamond bullet Notes

A special feature of TIFF images is that the format allows more than one image to be stored in a single file, see above.

You may set up 'bit reversal', 'end of line' markers etc. to satisfy fax protocol. The orientation and rotation of the output images can be configured. An image may sent as a single strip of data, e.g. for PostScript printers. See TIFF export options.

You may export just part of the printed region by sweeping out an area of the page with the cursor and choosing Selected area from the Images page of the Configuration dialog. If you choose 'Selected area' and no area has been marked out (e.g. when converting in batch mode) then the area where data fields are marked is exported. See Image import/export options.

A title for the document may be defined on the command-line: see /TITLE.