I used a duplex scanner for some old reports. They scanned well but they came up as XPS documents. When I tried to click on them to open them, they wouldn’t. Why not?
You can use Master PDF Editor
you can try the app "Documento - office viewer" - it's open a xps file in android device.
What program are you using to view XPS files? Word? Or XPS viewer. To edit the files you will need an OCR (Optical character recognition) software to convert the XPC file into a DOC or other word processor format. The better OCR are costly, but they produce less errors and some have build in spell checker. XPS file format is Microsoft to PDF format. The XPS has not taken off like PDF, so you have less software to work with. If you want just to convert to PDF, look on download.cnet.com for free converter.
XPS files are formatted documents like PDF files, except open source. Windows Vista, 7 includes an XPS reader, so you should be able to view it just by double-clicking the file in Explorer.
How to Open, View or Create XPS Documents in Windows XP and Windows 2003
XPS file, XPS document Open, View, Convert
Microsoft XPS Essentials Pack
Right-click on one of the XPS documents and select Open with... from the menu. Select Internet Explorer as the application to open it with and make sure the checkbox next to 'Always use the selected program to open this kind of file' is checked.