Today we are passing along the great news that the IE9
browser will support XPS printing, and produce XPS print output natively. You
can read the full announcement here: http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2010/04/09/Benefits-of-GPU-powered-HTML5.aspx
. While this announcement is just one of the aspects that IE9 is focusing
on, we are very pleased that the IE team has recognized the superior quality
that XPS provides as a print platform, and is using it in IE9.
Adrian LanninProgram Manager LeadWindows-Printing and Imaging
At last, a browser to support XPS printing. When is IE9 released?
The IE team hasn't announced the release date yet, as far as I know.
Is there any news on the release date of IE9. I see someone has already queried it back in July?
No one uses XPS format. No one. Why not make it print to PDF. People will just go get a third party and install it and print to PDF, that everyone can read. Even Mac and Unix users.
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Hi! No blog posts for a while! Looking forward to new blog posts, also to the server-side printing support, esp from .NET!