u need two programs to make it jpeg or gif or png
all u need
1) Microsoft office document imaging
2) Microsoft office picture manager...
here's the procedure open your modi file with Microsoft office document imaging
then save the image as TIF or Tagged image file format... then close the Microsoft office document imaging....
Rename the saved Tagged Image File format with an extension of .tif
then open the TIF file with Microsoft office picture manager... after you open the tif
then click file > then export.... at the right side you will have an option in what format do you want the file to be export (jpg, png, gif. bmp).... then presto... JOB WELL DONE
how can i convert Microsoft office document imaging to jpg? u need two programs to make it jpeg or gif or png all u need 1) Microsoft office document imaging 2) Microsoft office picture manager... heres the procedure open your modi file with Microsoft office document imaging then save the image as TIF or Tagged image file format... then close the Microsoft office document imaging.... then open the TIF file with Microsoft office picture manager... after you open the tif then click file > then export.... at the right side you will have an option in what format do you want the file to be export (jpg, png, gif. bmp).... then presto... JOB WELL DONE for the solution research please give credit to: fortdan Marie d. teofilo aka kurtdan02
Microsoft Office Document Imaging can be used for a number of different tasks. Microsoft Office Document Imaging can be used to scan documents, read scanned documents, fill out forms online, email scanned documents, and much more.
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Microsoft Office already comes with the ability to scan a document. Scan an image using any decent quality scanner. click "start" click "all programs" click "Microsoft Office" click "Microsoft Office Tools" click "Microsoft Office Document Imaging"
In the open source program (open office) there is an option to save as a Microsoft word document (.doc) from there, you can open the document in Microsoft Word.
For Newly Blank Document: The steps areStart->Programs->Microsoft Office->Microsoft Office WordFor Existing Document: The Steps areStart->Programs->Microsoft Office->Microsoft Office Word->Office Button->Open->Choose your desired documentShortcut: Double click on the word document icon
Yes, after you have scanned, convert your scanned document to rtf or text, save and print.
You can use a PDF tool like NovaPDF. This tool acts like a printer, so anything you "print" to this vistual PDF printer is converted to a PDF file. This way you can convert anything that you can print, included a MDI file.
Open office will read the file without any problems. You can either save any changes as a Word document or convert it to Open Office writer.
No but you can save your document in an earlier version that they can open.
Microsoft has a whole set of document management programs. This set is called Microsoft Office which includes; excel, power point, office point, word, and publisher.
If you have Photoshop you can open the MDI and then hit print screen. Then open a new project in photoshop and hit ctrl+v and it will paste the screen capture. Then crop the image you want and save as .jpg I htink it can be done with paint too.
Yes, you can, but some transitions wont work.
You need to open it in Microsoft Office 2007 or above and enter the password set when the document was saved.
No, you can get iWork instead which lets you convert things you create into Microsoft Office documents.
Yes it can. Open Office can work with MS Office documents.
A .docx file is a Microsoft Office Word document, but is only compatible with Microsoft Office Word 2007 and Microsoft Office Word 2010. A .doc file is compatible with previous versions of Microsoft Office Word.
Save document as .doc (not .docx)
If you save it in compatibility mode. This means that your document(s) are compatible with all versions of Microsoft Office
Microsoft Office software has supported the Open Document Format (ODF) for several years and Microsoft supply converters for earlier (before Office 2007) versions of Office that did not support the format.
you can't change a document into a webpage
Microsoft Office Sharepoint was launched in 2001. It is part of the Microsoft Office suite of products, specialising in web technology such as content and document management.