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If you are looking for VuePrint, you have come to the right place. We explain what VuePrint is and point you to the official download.

What is VuePrint?

VuePrint is a free program from Hamrick Software that has the primary function of enabling the user to view images of different formats. Other than allowing the user to view image files on the computer however, the program also enables the user to apply a few editing effects on the images.

The software was previously offered as a paid program, but it is now offered for free by the developers. Scanned images can be converted into a digital file to allow the user to edit them, as needed. Image files can also be converted to another image format. Some of the supported formats include Bitmap (.bmp), Tagged image file (.tif), Compuserve Graphics image file (.gif), and Joint Photographic Experts Group extension (.jpg).

By default, the program scales the images to fit them onto the screen. This enables the user to view the complete image, if this comes in a large file size. The user can also resize the image by clicking on the Options tab from the menu bar. Users can set the output width and height in bits, and the program will automatically scale the image to the size specified by the user.

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File types supported by VuePrint

Our users primarily use VuePrint to open these file types:

About file types supported by VuePrint

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Last updated: : March 9, 2013