The Microsoft Xps Document Writer is MS's alternative to Adobe's Acrobat. It's basically a virtual printer.
Any document created with the Microsoft Xps Document Writer can be viewed by anyone that has the Microsoft Xps Document Reader, without needing the actual software app it was originally created with.
As far as I know, it's not included with XP. However, if you have installed Office, it may have come from there. You can use Office setup to remove it. I have Office 03 Pro so the below instructions may vary a little depending on your version:
Close all running applications. No part of Office can be running or the drivers won't uninstall correctly.
Go to Control Panel>Add or Remove Programs.
Click on Microsoft Office and then click the "Change" button.
Check "Add or Remove Features" and click "Next".
On the bottom, check "Choose advanced customization of applications." and click "Next".
Under Microsoft Office click on the + sign in front of "Office Tools"
Locate "Microsoft Office Document Imaging", left click the icon and select "Not Available" then click "Update to uninstall the driver.
EDIT: I see you're already set fleamore. I had to walk away for a few minutes in the middle of this post, came back and you're done.
Edited by HitSquad, 02 February 2007 - 08:26 AM.