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Old 07-18-2009
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XPS document writer confusion
I have a headache from reading all the knowledge articles etc. which tells
all the things that it can do, but what I need to know is what it can do for
ME. I don't know if I should even be concerned with it. I am not using
Microsoft Office. I am just a home user for my own personal needs. I will
be using Microsoft Works or Open Office for any document composition. Is
this just extra bells and whistles that heavy users or professionals would be
interested in?

The articles said something about that you needed to have a compatible
printer. How can I find out if my printer is compatible?
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Old 07-19-2009
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Re: XPS document writer confusion
http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/xps/viewxps.mspx
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...n#Requirements

You dont need it unless you need to generate xps files

"Magsmom" <Magsmom@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I have a headache from reading all the knowledge articles etc. which tells
> all the things that it can do, but what I need to know is what it can do
> for
> ME. I don't know if I should even be concerned with it. I am not using
> Microsoft Office. I am just a home user for my own personal needs. I
> will
> be using Microsoft Works or Open Office for any document composition. Is
> this just extra bells and whistles that heavy users or professionals would
> be
> interested in?
>
> The articles said something about that you needed to have a compatible
> printer. How can I find out if my printer is compatible?



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