Convert VSS to XPS via C#
Export Microsoft® Visio VSS files to XPS on .NET Framework, .NET Core, Mono or COM Interop.
How to Convert VSS to XPS Using C#
In order to convert VSS to XPS, we’ll use
API which is a feature-rich, powerful and easy to use document manipulation and conversion API for C# platform. Open
package manager, search for Aspose.Diagram and install. You may also use the following command from the Package Manager Console.
Package Manager Console Command
PM> Install-Package Aspose.Diagram
Steps to Convert VSS to XPS via C#
.NET developers can easily load & convert VSS files to XPS in just a few lines of code.
- Load VSS file with an instance of Diagram class
- Call the Diagram.Save method with output file path and SaveFileFormat.XPS as parameters
- XPS file will be saved at the specified path
Before running the conversion example code, make sure that you have the following prerequisites.
- Microsoft Windows or a compatible OS with .NET Framework, .NET Core, Mono or COM Interop.
- Development environment like Microsoft Visual Studio.
- Aspose.Diagram for .NET DLL referenced in your project.
This sample code shows VSS to XPS C# Conversion
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VSS What is VSS File Format
VSS are stencil files created with Microsoft Visio 2007 and earlier. A relatively new file format is .VSSX that was introduced with Microsoft Visio 2013. Stencil files provide drawing objects that can be included in a .VSD Visio drawing. Microsoft Visio itself is known for creating drawing elements such as collection of shapes, connectors, flowcharts, network layout, UML diagrams, software diagrams, database models, objects mapping and other similar information. It also has rich conversion features of Visio documents to other file formats such as PNG, BMP, PDF and others. Visio is available for both Windows and Mac OS.Read More
xps What is xps File Format
An XPS file represents page layout files that are based on XML Paper Specifications created by Microsoft. This format was developed by Microsoft as a replacement of EMF file format and is similar to PDF file format, but uses XML in layout, appearance, and printing information of a document. It is, in fact, more justified to say that XPS is an attempt on PDF, but couldn't get enough popularity as owned by PDF for a number of reasons. Microsoft provides XPS Document Writer by default from Windows 7 onwards for the creation of XPS files. XPS files can be generated by selecting the "Microsoft XPS Document Writer" as printer while printing the document.Read More
Other Supported Conversions
You can also convert VSS into many other file formats including few listed below.