The Tagged Image File format (TIFF) is a raster format designed as a standard. Almost every graphics application can read and write TIFF files. There are many variations of TIFF, considering that TIFF supports six different encoding routines and three different image modes: black-and-white, grayscale, and color. Uncompressed TIFF images may contain 1, 4, 8, or 24 bits per pixel. TIFF images compressed using the LZW algorithm may contain 4, 8, or 24 bits per pixel. TIFF files can save information for RGB, CMYK, and Lab color modes, but not for duotones.

For information about importing TIFF files, see “To import a file into an active drawing.”

To export a TIFF file

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Click File CorelDRAW onestep TIFF Export.
Locate the folder in which you want to save the file.
Choose TIF – TIFF bitmap from the Save as type list box.
Type a filename in the File name list box.
Click Export.
In the Convert to bitmap dialog box, adjust the width, height, resolution, color mode, or any of the other settings, and click OK.

TIFF technical notes

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Masks are not exported in 1-bit black-and-white, 16-bit grayscale, or 48-bit RGB files.
Black-and-white, color, and grayscale TIFF files up to and including the 6.0 specification can be imported and exported.
TIFF files compressed using CCITT, Packbits 32773, or LZW compression can also be imported. However, you may notice additional loading time with these files because the program decodes the file compression.