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Hello ,
       Here I m loooking for one general Image Viewer in my portal.
The Portal of the Oraganization sends the Scanned copy of the bills( in .tif file) and the clients open that scanned docment for the further processsing through that web portal . but here problem is that some client system does not supports the .tif doc. becoz no proper image viewer for in that system. so I want to provide it through the portal so how can i achive this.

   Or if it is not possible then how can I provide the functionality so that the client can open that document in the available system's image viewer.

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Convert the file to something that can be opened on all systems regardless of what software they have installed; a jpeg or bmp for example.

You can use the GDI classes to achieve this.



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PDF is a very simple way to do it and most scanners these days support that format. TIFs are extremely large also.

 


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