XPS is a proprietary format used by Microsoft for documents that can contain single-page or multi-page text and images, arranged in a fixed layout. The function and features of XPS files are very similar to those of PDFs, except the former is based on the XML markup language, whereas the latter uses PostScript. The XPS format is supported by software in the Office pack, as well as by Windows OS — as opposed to PDF, which can be opened only using a specialized program (often not for free). XPS files are often used in graphics design and desktop publishing for their ability to render high quality images during pre-press processing.
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