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As for limitations, GIF is limited to 256 colors. If that matters. TIFF
supports CMYK values.
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> From: Dick Margulis [SMTP:margulis -at- mail -dot- fiam -dot- net]
> It depends. TIFF is a lossless compression method. GIF is a lossy
> compression method, as is JPEG. So if there is any possibility that you
> will have to open up a graphic and modify it, you should at least keep a
> TIFF copy on file, even if that is not the format you put in the document.
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