Tiff files in Windows 7

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In Windows 7 when I open a tiff file the size shows up in pixels. I need to be able to see the size in inches. This way I can tell the users if the width of height is off. I have not been able to find a way to change it and as that this point in time I have not been able to find a program to download that will do it. Well, I have not been able to find a free program. Does anyone know of a free program that will do this for me?

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Open the tiff file in Microsoft Paint (mspaint which is included with the OS and can be opened by clicking start > run and typing in mspaint and clicking OK).

Click on the menu drop down and select properties. In the Image Properties window that opens, change the units from Pixels to Inches.

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  • Dchat
    Sorry, I should have added that these are multi-page tiff files and that I need to be able to go through each page. Your suggestion with paint did work, so thanks for that. But paint only lets you look at the first page.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    @Dchat, U can try for IrfanView, a small SW, that can help to open and resize multiple tiff files. It is free and try it now. For download, please link Here OR u may try for This
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