The okular application in KDE allows you to open and view XPS files created on Microsoft Windows. You can then print the file from okular.
However, if you want another method, where you do not have to install KDE and it’s several libraries, you can follow the steps below:
sudo apt-get install libgxps-utils <enter>
This will install xpstopdf which you can then use as follows to convert the XPS file to a PDF file
xpstopdf report.xps report.pdf <enter>
You can now use any PDF reader to open the report.pdf file. You can then print the resulting PDF file too.
sudo apt-get install mupdf <enter>
mupdf report.xps <enter>
But no printing possible.