Convert From XPS To PDF Online And Offline Software Converters

Microsoft Corporation is said to be the creator of a lot of document formats including .docx, .pptx, .xps, etc. All of these document formats are meant to be opened by their respective viewer, but we know better that we can view and edit almost all of the office supported formats in free software like Open Office. The thing is not many people uses all of these document formats. So people tend to move towards file format converters like the ones I’m going to share.

Like I said, not many people view files in XPS (Open XML Paper Specification) viewer nor do they really use this document format, but we do need XPS viewer and editor if we are working on a fixed structured/layout document based on XML (Extensive Markup Language). When we talk about converting file formats just for the aspect of viewing we generally tend to convert file formats to PDF (Portable Document Format).

I’ll give the names of some online and offline tools that converts XPS file format to PDF format for free.

Online Tools

1. Convert.Files

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As the name suggests, Convert.Files lets you convert any document file in any format to your desired format. All you have to do is upload your file from the browse option. In the input format choose XPS and in the Output format choose PDF and then click Convert.


XPS To PDF is another online XPS to PDF converter, which lets you convert XPS documents to PDF documents online for free. It even shows you how to convert XPS to PDF using XPS Viewer and Bullzip PDF printer.

Offline Tool

1. CheckPrixa XPS To PDF Converter

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CheckPrixa XPS To PDF converter is one of the widely used converters because of it’s batch conversion support. All you have to do is install this free application from their website and choose your file for conversion. You can even convert multiple files at once. It is a very handy tool.

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macromidas - February 28, 2012


i liked your stuff .continue the good work .wihing you abundance

Mayank - March 1, 2012

I wish MS Word had the capability to open XPS or PDF file or both. As it can save a word file to those formats, it should had the capability to open those file formats in which it Can save. Somewhat like Inter-compatibility or Inter-Conversion.


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