We provide free XPS Converter that will help you to convert your XPS files to image formats, and the image formats that are supported by our XPS document converter is PNG, JPG (JPEG), BMP, GIFF, and TIFF.
Our XPS to Image Converter application is very easy to use, and the minimum supported operating system is Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. Read all of the features and requirements of our XPS Converter.
Before you can creating XPS Document, your system must have XPS Document Writer installed. The Microsoft XPS Document Writer is a printer driver that allows you to generate XPS file using the print feature on any word processing program.
For users of Windows Vista or Windows 7 than the XPS Document Writer will automatically installed on your system, but if your are the users of Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, you need to installing one of two software as follows (choose one):
To view or open an XPS documents, you can using our free software called XPS Annotator. XPS Annotator not just allows you to open XPS documents but it can also convert your XPS documents to image files.
You can annotate and add a digital signature to your XPS documents with this freeware. How to open the XPS documents:
Download and install the XPS Annotator. Make sure to read the system requirements before installing it in your system.
Run the XPS Annotator or you can double clicking the XPS file to open the documents.
Convert a DOC to other formats such as XPS file is sometimes necessary in your daily work, and to do that you do not need other tools as may be the required software already installed on your computer.
The XPS Document Writer is a printer driver that allows you to creating XML Paper Specification (XPS) file extensions. The XPS document creation process will be very easy because you can use any program to creating XPS file as long as the program has the printing feature.
On the Vista and Windows 7 operating system, the Microsoft XPS Document Writer already installed by default since both OS use the XPS Document Writer as the default print spooler format.
CNET editors gives the XPS Annotator rating with an excellent four and a half stars. CNET Download.com is one of the most respectable download sites, longest standing software review, and distribution sites on the net.
This free tool does much more than the native Windows utility, but it's just as easy to use. XPS Annotator is recommended to anyone who handles XPS documents.
Official release of the XPS Annotator portable has never been done, but you can create XPS Annotator become portable with the help of your own. How is it?
The trick is very easy, when you install XPS Annotator on your system, there are four kinds of files stored on your computer, the files are: license.txt, unins000.DAT, unins000.exe, and XpsAnnotator.exe.
To make XPS Annotator become portable, you simply take the XpsAnnotator.exe from Program files and put it elsewhere (i.e. your flashdisk), try to open the XPS Annotator in other computer.