|File Type||Microsoft Document Imaging File|
|File Format||Proprietary (Microsoft)|
|Popularity||★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ Common|
The Microsoft Document Imaging format is a file format used by Microsoft Office to store images in a page layout format. It is based on the Tagged Image File Format (.TIFF) and supports optical character recognition (OCR).
Microsoft Document Imaging is a feature of Microsoft Office 2003 and later. It is supported by the programs Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
About Microsoft Office
Microsoft Office is a collection of productivity programs. It is available in several versions, but each includes Word (a word processor), PowerPoint (a presentation program), and Excel (a spreadsheet application). Different versions may also include OneNote, Outlook, Access, Publisher, Groove, and InfoPath.
Office is available for both Windows and Macintosh systems. A low cost "Home and Student" version is available for home and educational use.
|Published||October 21, 2009|