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Did you know that over 5.5 million users have downloaded our Office 2010 Beta? This makes Office 2010 Beta the largest beta program we have had in the history of Office. We asked this broad set of beta users for feedback, and the response has been terrific. The level of positive feedback we have received makes us feel both proud (of representing this business) and humble (about working on a product that is important to so many people). We are also very excited about the many great stories our customers are telling about using this new product. Here are some interesting facts that I want to share from my read of the feedback we received.
For more than 20 years, we've worked on Office with a clear aspiration: to give our users the best productivity experience. Nine out of 10 of our beta users found Office 2010 to be an improvement over their current productivity suite, and this fact becomes even more exciting considering the fact that 70% of beta users are actually users of Office 2007, our current release. Here are some additional data points from our 2010 beta users:
A lot of people want to use different page numbering schemes in different parts of their documents. And a lot of people want to use "page x of y pages" page numbering in their documents.
Sometimes, people want to use "page x of y pages" page numbering in just a part of their documents.
It all gets down to linking--or unlinking...