Will Adobe X open TIFF files by default.

Can Adobe X be set as default to open tiff files on Win 7 computer. .  If so .. how?

What is "Adobe X"? Do you mean Adobe Acrobat X, or Adobe Reader X? Either
way, they can't open TIFF files directly. Acrobat can convert Tiff files to
PDF files and then show them, and Reader can't do anything with them at all.

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