How to convert a PDF to a TIFF file, step-by-step.

Whether it’s to keep your files in order or for a specific project, you can use Adobe Acrobat online services to easily convert a PDF to a TIFF.

Perhaps you’re working on a magazine cover in Photoshop and you need to place text over an image that you have in a PDF. To get that image from the PDF, you’ll need to convert that PDF into a TIFF file with the easy-to-use tools found at Adobe Acrobat online.

Take these steps to convert a PDF to a TIFF.

To start, go to the conversion page and click Select A File or drag and drop your PDF into the drop zone. From the dropdown menu, you can choose a JPG, PNG, or TIFF file. For this project, choose TIFF and click the Convert To TIFF button. Sign in to a service — such as Apple, Google, or Adobe — and download the TIFF or share it with others via a link or email.

Now that your PDF behaves just like a TIFF, and you can save it in your files or use it to advance a project forward. With Acrobat online services, you can also convert PDFs to the following formats:

To discover even more conversion capabilities, explore everything you can do with Acrobat online services.