You could make each layer the only visible layer then save the file out and
only one layer will be saved out to a file.

On Sat, Jun 7, 2008 at 2:37 PM, scott s. <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I've been using the Microsoft Office scanning software.  It has the
> capability of saving scans in tiff format.  There must be some
> provision in tiff that allows multiple images (pages) to be saved
> in a single tiff format file.
>
> Gimp 2.4 (Win XP) tiff reader understands this format, opens the file
> and asks if it should open each page as image or as layers.  Opening
> as layers allows single operations to apply on all pages, making work
> easier.  The problem is there doesn't seem to be any way to print
> without flattening (all you get is the top layer of course) or to save
> the result, keeping the layers, in some format that another program
> can read.  What I would like is something that could convert layers
> to images at least.
>
> scott s.
> .
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