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It looks like Microsoft is trying to cut into the adobe pdf market. I noticed this new feature with a .net framework update yesterday. I have tested it and so far it looks to be simple and clean. http://http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/xps/default.mspx

The XML Paper Specification (XPS) makes modern documents possible for all. Simply put, XPS describes electronic paper in a way that can be read by hardware, read by software, and read by humans. With XPS, documents print better, can be shared easier, be archived with confidence, and are more secure. Microsoft has integrated XPS-based technologies into the 2007 Microsoft Office system and the Microsoft Windows Vista operating system, but XPS itself is platform independent, openly published, and available royalty-free. Microsoft is using XPS to bring additional document value to its customers, its partners, and the computing industry. Explore some of the features and functionality made possible by XPS.

Rhett Buck

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