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This article was published on June 23, 2015

Google Docs, Slides and Sheets now support TIFF images and non-RGB color profiles

Google Docs, Slides and Sheets now support TIFF images and non-RGB color profiles
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The Google Docs productivity suite now supports “less common” image formats like TIFF when converting documents from other services like Microsoft Office.

Additionally, Google says Docs can now embed large images when you’re converting documents, and will now recognize non-RGB color profiles, specifically those in the CMYK profile.

The changes come to the Google Docs editor on the Web, and are reflected in the Docs, Slides and Sheets utilities.

More image types now supported during conversion in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides [Google]

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