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    Smile How can I edit a tiff file???

    Hi ,guys!
    there are 4 pics in a tiff file,here is the question,how to delete one pic of these pics??
    Thx in advance
    sorry for my poor English.

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    It is a little secret, well hidden

    In the "View" menu, all the way down on the bottom, "Multipage images"

    If you have a multipage TIF file open, there will be an edit option in the submenu that opens out from there.

    You can create them and add or delete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matera View Post
    It is a little secret, well hidden

    In the "View" menu, all the way down on the bottom, "Multipage images"

    If you have a multipage TIF file open, there will be an edit option in the submenu that opens out from there.

    You can create them and add or delete.

    Thank u very very much.
    I thought it should be placed in "Edit" menu

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    So did I -=lol=-
    Or in the Image menu, but that one's too full already!

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    How's abouts Cntl-Q when dsplyng a multipage TIFF via IrfanView? Works good for me! (And, it's even documented - pretty cool, huh?!)

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    lolz - that's too simple for us advanced lusers
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