The Standalone XPS Viewer

By default XPS Viewer is hosted in Internet Explorer, and this could be a problems if your default browser isn't Internet Explorer because currently other browser like Firefox, Safari or Opera can't open an XPS Document.

We created a standalone XPS Viewer to resolve this issue, with our standalone XPS Viewer you can open any XPS documents even Internet Explorer isn't your default browser. For our XPS Viewer, we adding some new features including annotations, XPS converter, document properties adder, sidebar, and digital signatures to provide greater document security. Of course our standalone XPS Viewer also support common operation including print output and so on.

Here's our standalone XPS Viewer main features:

  • Allow you to add notes or comments to any XPS documents to flag information or to highlight items of interest for later reference, support for adding text notes, ink notes, and highlight annotations.
  • Ability to converts Microsoft XML Paper Specification (XPS) to an image files (PNG).
  • Support security features, such as digital signatures to provide greater document security.
  • Can adding document properties to any XPS documents (creator, identifier, content-type, title, subject, description, keywords, language, category).
  • Support for common operations including save-a-copy, print-output, copy-to-clipboard, zoom, and text-search.
  • Built-in sidebar for ease of reading. The sidebar contains a thumbnails from all pages, you can jumping from one page to another by clicking the thumbnails.
  • Not hosted in Microsoft Internet Explorer. Great for Firefox, Safari and Opera users.

Find the latest version for our XPS Viewer here.


Author: danpros

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