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How to: Export a PDF Document to a Multi-Page Tiff


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The following example shows how to export pages to a multi-page Tiff image.

Follow the steps below to perform the export:

  • Create a PdfDocumentProcessor instance and load the required PDF document using the overloaded PdfDocumentProcessor.LoadDocument method.
  • Call one of the PdfDocumentProcessor.CreateTiff overloaded methods using, for example, the file path where the generated image should be located, the largestEdgeLength parameter measured in pixels and page numbers. The largestEdgeLength parameter determines images' height for pages in the portrait orientation and width for landscape pages.

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