How to Convert TIFF to PDF
PDF Pro includes a TIFF to PDF converter. TIFF stands for Tagged Image File Format and is used to store scanned images. It was originally created by the Aldus Corporation and Microsoft in the 1980’s, and is now owned by Adobe. TIFF files are bitmap images, meaning they are made of several pixels. This means that if the images are increased or decreased in size, the quality of the picture will be negatively impacted. For this reason, it is often a good idea to convert TIFF files to PDF. Converting TIFF to PDF is easy to do with PDF Pro’s online tool.
See below for instructions on how to convert a TIFF file to PDF.
Step 1: Upload your file
Files are uploaded using a connection secured via HTTPS. This ensures that files stay safe during the upload process.Upload your File
You can upload a file by clicking on Upload your File or dragging and dropping files into the designated area.
Step 2: Convert TIFF to PDF
Once the file is uploaded, you can convert your TIFF to PDF using PDF Pro’s online PDF converter.
First check (or tick) the box to the left of your file name. Then choose the Convert tab. Next, choose Image to PDF. This will launch the PDF converter wizard.
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Tip: why PDF Pro is a good choice for converting a TIFF to PDF
TIFF is primarily used by media organizations, and uses lossless compression to reduce file size. This means that TIFF files are very high quality, but they suffer from large file sizes as a result.
Most users look to convert a TIFF file to a PDF in order to share the file with others. By converting a file into PDF, you can ensure that the recipient will be able to read the file while also preserving its integrity. Most recipients will not be able to open and read a TIFF file.
Tip: why PDF Pro is a good choice for converting TIFF files
Converting a TIFF to PDF is challenging as most PDF converters do not retain the full quality of the original TIFF file. PDF Pro’s PDF converter was built to ensure that the converted PDF retained the high quality of the original TIFF file.