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How to open xps?
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An XPS, or XML Paper Specification, file is generally used to preserve the layout and content of a document, similar to a PDF file. The most common way to create an XPS file is using Microsoft Office and the "Microsoft XPS Document Writer" printing function. XPS files can be opened using an official Microsoft program on versions of Windows that don't already support the file type, and with a third party program, NiXPS, on Mac OS X.
answered Jan 20, 2011 by trianswer (22,754 points)
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XPS (XML Paper Specification) which previously codenamed “Metro”, is a document storage and viewing specification developed by Microsoft which defined formats and rules for distributing, archiving, rendering, and processing XPS documents. XPS format intends to compete with Adobe PDF format as both is displaying paginated, fixed-layout format electronic paper documents in page-by-page view of the document’s content as it would be printed. Windows Vista has built-in integrated Microsoft XPS Document Writer and XPS Document Writer, and if you’re using Microsoft Office 2007, there is Save as XPS plugin that allows users to create XPS files within Office application. However, if you’re using Windows XP or Windows 2003, you to download and install the free XPS Viewer and XPS Writer.
answered Jan 20, 2011 by trianswer (22,754 points)

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