Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS 1.0
Save data to PDF file format and send email attachments
Being the most popular document format in the market, the PDF (Portable Document Format) is nothing else than completely necessary for any Office user and Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS brings that capability at the tips of your fingers in the 2007 edition. Moreover, it provides you with the option of sending e-mails attachments in the aforementioned formats.
Smooth installation process
and supported programs
The installation kit comes in a very small size and deploys quite fast, with no required restart of your computer. Thus, you can start using its features as soon as its installation finishes. Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS works with the Access, Excel, InfoPath, OneNote, PowerPoint, Publisher, Visio as well as Word programs of the Office suite.
A great impact on the community
The impact over the whole Office experience is huge with Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS, and the community was simply delighted with its release back in August 2006. It was such a surprise then that most users thought it was a hoax or, at least, something that Microsoft could not implement on their own, although OpenOffice already had this feature present within its package.
While the PDF part of Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS was received with extreme interest, the XPS part was never used as Microsoft predicted. Nonetheless, as a pack, this software really had a great impact on the community, being the topic of many discussions around its announcement and even long after that.
Nowadays, the Office suites come with integrated support for creating PDF and / or XPS documents out-of-the-box. The positive response of many regarding Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS made it possible and that’s why this specific program can be considered one of the fine software bunch that Microsoft ever created.
Reviewed by Alexandru Pintilie on July 17th, 2014
In a hurry? Add it to your Download Basket!
Application descriptionMicrosoft Save as PDF or XPS will allow you to export and save to the PDF and XPS formats in eight 2007 Microsoft Offi...