Windows® 7 XPS Viewer
View your XPS documents in Windows 7 easily.
You needed to install a separate program, XPS Viewer EP, on previous versions of Windows to get a good viewer experience.
An XPS document is .xps file format or any file that is saved to the XML Paper Specification. By using any program that you can print from in Windows, you can create XPS documents or .xps files, but you need a XPS Viewer to view those XPS documents which is included with Windows 7.
Although XPS is still here and will eventually submitted to ISO and proposed as a standard, but due to the discussions about the Office Open XML Formats, the buzz about the XPS Viewer has unfortunately faded away last year.
If you have created an XPS document in then you of course need to read them. Windows 7 has a solution for this problem. It has a support for XPS documents. You get the Microsoft XPS Document Writer printer which is used to print anything into an XPS document when you install Windows 7. With printer support, you can create your XPS documents from any application in Windows 7. You have a great interoperability experience with the updated Wordpad application in Windows 7 that supports both ODF and the Open XML Formats.
In Windows 7, it will open all the XPS documents automatically in the XPS Viewer. The options for viewing and managing XPS documents which appear at the top and bottom of the XPS Viewer toolbar also includes the various features.
XPS Viewer toolbar includes the following features:
- Saving a copy of the XPS document to your computer.
- Zooming in or out to make text and pictures easier to read.
- At a time, you can view one or more pages on your screen.
- Digitally signing the XPS document.
- Going to a particular page by typing a page number or by navigating forward and back through the document pages.
- Determining the permissions of the document such as who can access the document.
Although, it is hard to say what the features will be like in the final version of Windows 7 but this version has support for XPS documents. You can say that you have a complete solution to read, create and sign your XPS documents with Windows 7.
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