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App To View .tif and .gif Files

Posted 25 March 2011 - 12:58 AM (#1) User is offline   Rick76 

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Does anyone know of an app that I can use to view .tif and .gif files?

I thought I had everything under control. I am using Companionlink to sync Outlook 2010, along with DejaOffice, which offers more flexibility than the stock contacts, calendar, notes and tasks etc. Also using Documents To Go and DropBox, as well as LogMeIn Ignition for the ultimate in flexibility while on the road.

This combination has allowed me to leave my laptop at home during my last few business trips. Until today.

I just received an email from a customer with drawings attached. Unfortunately, he scanned the drawings and saved them in .tif format.

My work-around for this is to use LogMeIn to connect to my laptop at home and physically open the attachments in Outlook, then resave the .tif files in PDF and copy them into DropBox using my laptop. Then they are available through DropBox on my Tab.

While this works, it does take some time and it doesn't work if my laptop receives a Windows update that requires a reboot while I am away. I know I can change my Windows update options so that updates do not install auromatically but it would just be much easier to have a resident program on the Tab that opens .tif and .gif files.
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Posted 25 March 2011 - 10:26 AM (#2) User is offline   wizz 

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Posted 27 March 2011 - 02:42 PM (#3) User is offline   Rick76 

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 wizz, on 25 March 2011 - 10:26 AM, said:



Downloaded and tried Fast Image Viewer and it appears to do the trick.

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