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Converting to JPEG


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sandsol9

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I am currently using an internet fax program. The fax images come as an attachment to an email in TIF format. In order to import these images into Paperport (used for our document archives), I must convert them to JPEG format. Windows Picture and Fax Viewer is the default program used to open the attachments. When I save the file as JPEG it changes it from Landscape to Portrait and basically "squishes" the image to fit in portrait.

Is there anything I can do when converting to JPEG that will keep the image in landscape so the image is not distorted?

Thank you
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unknownperhaps

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wait do u mean you tried paint or what? because when i do it...paint keeps mine the same way and size...
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Try downloading the following standalone program. It allows TIFF to JPEG conversion.
http://www.etrusoft....phic-converter/
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There are tons of image/graphics viewers(free) which will convert:

My #1 fav: FastStone Image Viewer

or the old standby: Irfanview
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