What is in the PDF and XPS format is the actual document. The user's original work is in either the viewer or the application that opened the document, except embedded fonts. What happens in the application used to export to PDF or XPS is either the actual document or the embedded fonts. When you have several files that are of the same type, and you can open them all in a single application, all the documents are of the same type, each in its own file type. If the documents have different file types, the document type remains fixed for all files. You can export the documents of your choice to the PDF or XPS format in a Microsoft Office Desktop App. The documents of your choice you can use in any free Microsoft Office Windows Application. Or open the PDF or XPS file in your choice of Microsoft Office Office Applications. When you have the file open in the viewer application, any application that is using this file type may download, print up to 5 pages full, and send it online. Use the Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS add-in in Office Windows Desktop Jun 22, 2024 — You can use the Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS add-in in Office to save a file. The Microsoft Office Add-in: Save as PDF or XPS enables you to save PDF or XPS files to the PDF, PDF, or XPS (Acrobat) file format via Office. This is so you can: View your PDF files on any application, e.g., Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat, etc. Print a PDF or XPS file, or save it as a PDF to share with the rest of your team as one of your internal team shared documents. Import PDF files from other Microsoft Office Desktop applications (e.g., Excel, OpenOffice Call, or Publisher). The PDF or XPS saved files have a unique file name. This document type is unique. A file can be viewed in only one application—in an e-mail viewer, or as a document saved to the PDF or XPS file.