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Conversion of odg file format to tif file format beta

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Convert OpenDocument drawing to Aldus Tagged Image File Format (TIFF) bitmap image.

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You can export OpenDocument drawings from OpenOffice.org Draw or similar programs to TIF program simply by the Export.. or Save as.. function in these programs.

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Apache OpenOffice Draw (OpenOffice.org Draw) icon Apache OpenOffice Draw (OpenOffice.org Draw)

Graphic editor for diagrams and simple graphics from OpenOffice.org suite

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to tif file


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Additional links: Open odg file, Open tif file


An odg file extension is used for graphic drawing created in OpenOffice.org Draw program, part of OpenOffice.org suite. Vector based format.


Files with tif file extension are generally bitmap images in Tagged Image File Format (TIFF). TIFF/IT is a standard for the exchange of digital adverts and complete pages. TIFF files typically only contain bitmap and no vector data.


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