PDFTron releases PDF2XPS

February 25, 2010


PDFTron Systems has announced the release of PDF2XPS, for conversion from PDF to XPS format.

With this new release, Catherine Andersz, of PDFTron noted, "Not only can you convert PDF to XPS and faithfully retain the appearance and characteristics of the source document, but you can fully automate the conversion process for large sets of files with exceptional efficiency."

During the conversion from PDF to XPS original hyperlinks, colors and fonts are maintained and the program supports all versions of the PDF Language Standard, including Acrobat 9 documents and ISO PDF (ISO 32000).

The program also supports conversion from XPS to PDF as part of XPSConvert, which enables users full interoperability between PDF and XPS.

For more information, users can go to PDFTron's website. CPU Licenses can be purchased for $49.

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