If you want to open and read XPS&OXPS document files, please turn to XPS Viewer: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/xps-viewer-read-xps-oxps-documents/id584293890?mt=12
Enolsoft XPS to PDF helps you convert XPS and OXPS files to PDF format easily on Mac.
* Convert XPS and OXPS files to PDF format with no loss of quality
* Convert large volumes of XPS and OXPS files to PDF format in real-time.
* Support batch converting XPS and OXPS files to PDF at a time.
* Customize the converting page range as your need.
* Easy and quickly to setup and install.
If you want to read or view XPS, OXPS files on Mac, our XPS Viewer is for your choice. Now it is time-limited off!
1. Support OXPS file import.
2. Other minor optimizatioins
Ratings and Reviews
Conforms to the principle of least surprise
I threw some very awkward XPS files at "XPS to PDF", and it did what I expected in every single case (though I had to go verify that once, but more on that later).
I access SAP at work via a VPN from home to a Microsoft beowser on the other end, and had some issues getting it to save PDF files to my local host; though I could access the Microsoft XPS-Writer's folder.
When I resolved the former issue, I had already created a couple of XPS files, and decided to generate PDF files and test the conversion of "XPS to PDF", which I had downloaded in the meantime.
At every point in my test (with one exception, of which more in a moment) the PDFs were smaller than the originating XPS files ans well as the reference PDF files generated by SAP.
The exception was an auto-rotated landscape printed page, which was not only an order of magnitude larger than the reference PDF, but also contained the embedded text as a raster image. Further investigation showed the real culprit to be the Microsoft XPS-Writer; once I had convinced that to do the "right thing™", and print the page in landscape (which, incidentally, also dropped the XPS file's size by a factor of 10) the resultant PDF file once more came in at 70% the size of the source XPS file—though in this case slightly larger than the SAP reference PDF.
These guys have done a credible job with "XPS to PDF"; and it's well worth the download.
Worked Perfectly for Me
I needed to be able to read a single XPS document. Some had suggested Google Drive (Docs), that didn’t work. The “Lite” XPS apps were unusably limited (half-pages or only half of total pages). This app worked quickly and perfectly for me from within MacOS Sierra. Thanks!!!
Holy crap that was easy. I was like pushing the staples easy button. Spent more then 30 minutes trying to find a way to convert two documents, found this app and was done in less then a minute.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.