You might try IrfanView... http://www.irfanview.net/
It will let you view, edit & print all kinds of files.
You may want to print these instruction and please pass on to anyone you
know who may be having this problem.
I went to www.bravareader.com/downloadreader.htm
and downloaded the free
reader on the left side of the screen
Then to associate the tif file with the reader I did the following:
Click on Start in lower LH corner
Left click on Default programs
Left click on Associate file type or protocol with a program
Wait a few seconds while it loads
Scroll down to .tif and click on it
Left click on Change Program at top right
Click on Browse
Scroll down to IGC folder and left double click the folder
Left double click on Brava Reader folder
Single left click on Brava Reader at the bottom
Click Open at lower right hand corner
Click OK and wait while the program finishes
You should now see Brava Reader next to the tif file in the list
Click on close and you are done!
But please note that rumours have it that this issue is fixed in the
upcoming Vista Service Pack 2.
"tpretz" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Benzmum;575080 Wrote:
>> I've tried everything conceivable to get a decent print-out of a 4-page
>> file I have, to no avail. I have Vista Home Premium. When I try to
>> print from
>> Windows Photo Gallery, it turns my tif into landscape orientation and
>> prints only the middle part and the output is distorted.
>> I am so frustrated with Vista. I'm sending 3/4 of my time solving
>> and getting very little work done. Can someone please tell me how to
>> print a
>> decent copy of a 4-page tif file in Vista?
> I agree with you. I work from home and my 8 hour work days have turned
> into 12 hour work days for the past 2 weeks since I got this new
> computer with Vista Home Premium on it. Nothing is easy with this
> software and it seems you have to go roundabout ways to do anything. I
> have not heard or seen one good thing about this product.