Similar to PDF, Microsoft's XPS format was designed to let users save, share, digitally sign and protect their documents. Sounds pretty good, right? It does until you realize that XPS files cannot be edited; at all. While this might be useful in certain scenarios, it's actually the opposite of what we're trying to achieve here at CoolUtils. So much communication now is based on collaboration that edit ability has become a crucial feature of just about every type of document.
If this sounds familiar and you've found yourself stuck with having to find a way to deal with a "locked" XPS file, then look no further. With Total PDF Converter you can save XPS as TEXT and a variety of other more accessible formats. You can even convert XPS to TEXT in batch, allowing you to work with dozens of XPS files at a time. Adding to your convenience, we've designed our batch XPS converter in a way that lets you convert each page into a new file.
Our flexible renaming feature ensures that your files will remain organized through the creation of unique target documents. There's also an option that lets you convert XPS to TEXT in command line. Whether you choose to go with our user-friendly GUI, or set up jobs through a series of run prompts: you're going to save both time and money.
Try our converter today by downloading the free trial version. See firsthand how easy it is to use, and what a difference it can make in your workflow. No more being stuck behind an XPS file that cannot be edited!
If you decide to upgrade, for just $49.90 you'll receive a licensed version of the program. All upgrades are free during the first year, and our support staff will be ready to answer any questions you might have. Backed by nearly 15 years worth of development, this is one really cool tool!