Office 2010 Beta and Office 2007: December 2009 beta survey statistics

Here’s a list of statistics of Office 2007 and Office 2010 beta, generated by the users who responded in the Dec 2009 beta survey: Office 2010 Beta momentum: • More than 2.5 million people downloaded 2010 beta so far • Over 80% users encouraged others to download 2010 beta • Over 75% users're satisfied with […]

Here’s a list of statistics of Office 2007 and Office 2010 beta, generated by the users who responded in the Dec 2009 beta survey: Office 2010 Beta momentum: • More than 2.5 million people downloaded 2010 beta so far • Over 80% users encouraged others to download 2010 beta • Over 75% users're satisfied with 2010 beta • 9 out of 10 users feel 2010 beta is an improvement over their current productivity suite • More than 2 out of 3 users think Ribbon makes it easier to discover new features • 75% think BackStage view makes Office a better overall experience • More than 4 out of 5 who've used Sparklines in Excel 2010 say it makes their data in Excel easier to interpret • 90% who've used PowerPoint photo editing believe they've saved time by not using another app • 3 of 4 beta users who use Outlook conversation management say it makes their inbox less cluttered • More than 75% who've used OneNote say it helps them stay organized • 80% who've used Web Apps say they make it easier to access and edit docs from anywhere • 70% find sharing docs with SkyDrive is easier

Office and Office 2007 Momentum: • 41 billion minutes in Outlook • 31 billion minutes in Word • 18 billion minutes in Excel • 3 billion minutes in PowerPoint • In Oct 2009, US online PC users spent more time in PowerPoint than in Halo 2 on the PC • In Oct 2009, US online PC users spent more time in Excel than QuickBooks • >500 M people worldwide use Office at work, home and school • Approximately 250 M people worldwide use Office at home

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