> > Now, I don't know *exactly* what a multi-page tiff is, but it does seem that
> > these tiff files will be word documents scanned in from pre-intranet days.
>> Now, _that's_ a different story. The TIFF file format allows for multiple
> pages to be stored within the one file. Handy for dealing with documents,
> rather than images (think multi-page faxes, or scanned docs as you mentioned).
>> TIFF makes much more sense than either GIF, JPEG or PNG for these
> applications. I don't think you (or the users) will want to deal with
> the 100+ JPEG files it might take to deal with one document.
>> I think everyone assumed that you meant the images on the actual web
> pages when you asked originally.
>> See what happens when you ask questions without providing enough context?
>Multipage TIFFs are OK if they ain't be viewed in the
browser - else probably PDFs?
Petko S. Alov
palov at bio.bas.bg
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