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How to Convert PDF to Multi-page TIFF in VB.NET?

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Here, we will recommend you the way of using pqScan PDF To Image SDK. As you know, the library provides converting PDF to common raster single page image(tiff, jpg, bmp, png, gif), at the same time, it also provides converting PDF to multiple page tiff image.

Steps to Convert PDF to multi-page tiff Image format.

  • Launch Visual Studio and create a new console application;
  • Download pqScan .NET PDF to Image SDK Trial and add the DLL to project reference;
  • Copy and paste following sample code to your project;

PDF to Multi-page TIFF -- Visual Basic sample

The vb.net codes below show how to convert PDF to multiple page tiff images.

Imports PQScan.PDFToImage

Namespace PDF2TIFF
  Class Program
    Private Shared Sub Main(args As String())
      ' Create an instance of PQScan.PDFToImage.PDFDocument object.
      Dim pdfDoc As New PDFDocument()

      ' Load PDF document.

      ' Save multi-page tiff
    End Sub
  End Class
End Namespace

convert pdf to multiple pages tif in vb.net

DPI property is also supplied to improve multi-page tiff image quality, guide in another article "How to specify output images from PDF using Visual Basic.NET".

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