Frequently Asked Questions
XPS, or the XML Paper Specification, is Microsoft's new electronic paper format for exchanging documents in their final forms.
Office "12" will support a native Save as XPS feature in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, Visio, OneNote and InfoPath.Read more
The better solution for most end-users is to install the converters on their pre-Office "12" machines to be able to open (and edit) these new-format files. Developers on top of Office, of course, have many more options.Read more
XPS, Office System applications, and Microsoft's software development APIs in general must come to the forefront of innovation by supporting large formats used for CAD enabling CAD to become 'webified' without the unneccessary spectre of crippleware and golden handcuffs imposed by a single vendor.Read more