[accessibleimage] SV: Re: Tiger .prn file to .pdf question

  • From: Lisa Yayla <Lisa.Yayla@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'accessibleimage@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <accessibleimage@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2012 16:30:42 +0100

Hi John,

Thanks. Is there perhaps another way? Have got lots of images and taking screen 
copies of them all would take a very long.

Thanks a lot.


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[mailto:accessibleimage-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] På vegne av John Gardner
Sendt: 1. mars 2012 16:09
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Emne: [accessibleimage] Re: Tiger .prn file to .pdf question

Hi Lisa, a quick and dirty way to do this is to do a screen copy, then paste 
the image into something that can be viewed by others.  Screen resolution is 
good enough for this image.

John Gardner

 [mailto:accessibleimage-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Lisa Yayla
Sent: Thursday, March 01, 2012 4:49 AM
To: 'accessibleimage@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: [accessibleimage] Tiger .prn file to .pdf question


Does anyone know if it is possible to convert a Tiger .prn file to a .pdf?

If it is possible then those without a TigerViewer would be able to view
the pdf. One idea, that I read, is to change the prn file to ps and then open 
in Acrobat.
This did not work

Or any ideas how one can make the .prn file visually available besides 
TigerViewer or



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