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Printing files to the XPS format

When printing here in Windows 8.1. You may have noticed one of your printer options, when selecting a printer, is the Microsoft XPS Document Writer. Well, it's not really a physical printer that's connected to your computer. Instead, it allows you to print to an electronic print format that's read only. So you could take any file, print it to the XPS format. Knowing that you could share that electronic document with other people, and they'll be viewing it as a read only format. Of course, they'd be able to print it, to a physical printer, so could you.

But you have this new format, and we're going to explore it now. Let's go down to our desktop, because we'll find it in the old desktop environment, when working with files. For example in, File Explorer. Let's double-click our Exercise Files to open it up, and go to one of our image files. Maybe we want to share this by printing it to that read only format known as XPS. We'll select it, go up to Share, go down to...

Printing files to the XPS format
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Printing files to the XPS format provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Windows 8.1 Essential Training

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Business
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Windows
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