I'm exploring the new HealthVault beta from Microsoft. Every document on the MSDN site regarding HealthVault is downloadable as an .xps file. In my attempt to print a document, I've read numerous blogs posts this morning about how XPS (Xml Paper Specification) is supposed to be superior to PDF but I would strongly disagree. Here's my experience trying to simply print a .xps document (which hopefully you won't experience):
That's it...simple. What I don't get is why people are so afraid to embrace new technology?
So to summarize, here is how to print a .xps file:
There it is, easy as 1...1a...1aI..2...3...3a....4....5
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