> Soory I think I used the wrong term to describe what I want to do.
> The PM5 file has tiffs "embedded" in it. They do not exist else where.
> I would like to removed them from the original document and let them
> stand on their own so that I have easier access to them i.e. for
> transport on floppies, use in other docs etc.
Why don't you just select the picture, copy it, and paste it into
Windows 95 Paint, Vidfun, or another graphics program?
> >PM5 will correctly print separations of TIFF files if they are in CMYK
> >format only. If the TIFF files are in RGB format, PM5 will print them on
> >the black plate only.
> >You can use Photoshop (or a similar app) to convert TIFF files from RGB to CMYK.
> >> I am not too familiar with Pagemaker but am trying to help out a
> >> friend who has PM5 running under Win 95.
> >> The problem is there is a 16 page A5 booklet with tiffs and text etc.
> >> The total size of the file is nearly 4 meg. This is because all the
> >> graphics are placed in the document. As they do not exist except
> >> withing the document (don't ask me why) is the any way I can seperate
> >> these graphic files from the main PM document? This would leave me
> >> with a PM file plus a heap of graphic files which we should be able to
> >> put on floppies more easily.
> >> Hope this makes sense and that someone can help out.
> >> Many thanks
> >> David