The exact same image you just cut will be pasted into the same spot, but as a different format pdf that should show up on windows versions of Office. I have racked my brains about this for ages and while I am a Mac user and produce things like Organisational Policy type Manuals which are heavily formatted and cross-referenced on the Mac, some of my Windows using Clients complained about this. The images are then converted into a useable format and stored in a folder. For more information only in Spanish, sorry , you can read this post on my blog. Hope someone explain how to do that. QuickTime and a YUV codec decompressor are needed to see this p. The problem probably has nothing to do with QuickTime.
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One page suggests that this is caused specifically by pasting such images into a document – which seems to suggesting that ‘Insert image’ may embed in a more portable way. In fact, I just started saving all my quicktims to disc first, whereas previously I had dragged them from other documents or files across straight into Word Mac.
What if they don’t ‘just work’?
Avoid the TIFF (LZW) error in Mac/Windows Office – Mac OS X Hints
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Resize your presentations quickly and without distortion. I couldn’t have even remembered all the steps.
Feel free to ignore, fix, or tell me These are primarily notes It won’t be complete in any sense. If you’re encountering this problem on Windows with a PowerPoint presentation giving you the error about needing a TIFF LZW decompressor, you can follow quicktike Total Commander process described above, locate the graphics files, and rename them with a.
Hey, Thanks for your article on this. I am a PC guy who works with mostly MAC people and always run into some incompatibilities but this one was new to me.
“QuickTime and TIFF (LZW) decompressor are needed to see this picture” | PC Review
PIC extension, and then tried to open graphic with QuickTime. I have noticed however that the problem doesn’t seem to exist at all in Word for Windows for files created in Word for Mac. You saved my life too! Wow – it’s October 23, and your original tip is still saving lives. I used WinZip to open the zipped “. These are primarily notes It won’t be complete in any sense.
You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Graphics were pasted into Mac Word document from jpg screen grabs Much appreciated, Brian www. This problem quickhime me appeared on microsoft words, and it appeared on a letter sent to me by e-mail. However, that seems like a lot of work.
Thanks for marking this as the answer. You also can use any image FROM any program and it will work on the windows side. You’ll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments.
You must log in or register to reply here. I just avoided re-doing ALL the images in a slide presentation by decomprsesor your redeye remover tip. You need quicktime plug in from InfranView webpage.
I have racked my brains about this for ages and while I am a Mac user and produce things like Organisational Policy type Manuals which are heavily formatted and cross-referenced on the Mac, some of my Windows using Clients complained about this. Powered by the Parse. You saved my wifes Derm lecture the night before the presentation. A simple quickfix i found was to export the Powerpoint document as a webpage.
QuickTime and a TIFF (or JPEG) decompressor are needed to see this picture
Import it into Word via the menu method. The scratch removal tip worked great! It is very important that I am able to see the images in these files. Supercharge your PowerPoint productivity with. Why is it Microsoft’s fault.