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Conversion of OXPS documents to Microsoft Word. OXPS to DOC converters.

Unfortunately, Microsoft does not offer any direct way to transform .oxps documents to MS Word formats (.docx, .doc). Some utilities and online converters claim to support this particular conversion, but the results are often poor and same goes for various oxps to doc converters online (web based).

Most users use a workaround that consists of first converting oxps to pdf and then opening the resulting .pdf document in latest MS Word, or use any of the available pdf to doc converters to finally produce a Word document (.doc, .docx).

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.


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Additional links: Open oxps file, Open doc file


Files with oxps file extension are documents created in Windows 8/10/11 using the latest version of the Open XML Paper Specification. You can easily view *.oxps files using the pre-installed Windows XPS viewer, but only in the latest versions of Windows. For older versions of Windows, you will need to convert oxps to xps.


doc file extension is commonly used for text documents created in Microsoft Word word processor before version 2007. Word DOC documents can be opened in almost every (if not every) other word processor, such as OpenOffice.org Writer or iWork Pages.

A doc file extension is used throughout the time by many various applications for their document files.


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