Microsoft wants users to actually use Office 2007
MICROSOFT SAYS its upcoming revamp of its Office product will be so easy to use, customers may begin to use more than twenty percent of its functions.
Up until now, Volish research suggests that people use only about twenty percent of the features crammed into the apps they use. Quite why they buy it, then, is anyones guess.
Darren Strange, Product Manager for Office in the UK, told the INQUIRER the software maker had amassed some 300,000 hours of video of folk using Office and had a massive database of facts and figures about how users use the software. He said the data proved "invaluable" to Voles working on the next version, Office 2007, due around the end of this year....
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