XPS file format
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The open XML paper specification is referred to as XPS and is an organized XML markup used to determine how document pages are presented. The markup language is a sub-group of XAML, allowing the incorporation of vector-graphics in documents. The development of the XPS by Microsoft was intended to create another choice for the PDF. Ecma International adopted this file format as an international standard ECMA-388.
XPS is a sub-group of XAML. It is composed of an organized markup used in determining the outlook of a document, provided for distribution, storing, development, and printing. XAML lets a user add vector-graphic elements since their description is informal and simple terms. Raster images support HD images; it prevents the provision of artifacts and reduces computer processes' work. Operating systems possess a print spooler format features with the ability to print from printers that are not XPS-aware, producing images that are low in quality compared to those that are XPS-aware. The XPS file's supported features include printing schemes, color gradients, transparencies, calibrated printer, CMYK color spaces, and numerous ink systems.