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When we released Office 2010 to the world one year ago, our critics weren't easy on us. They said we were heading in the wrong direction by continuing to invest in our desktop applications in addition to the cloud. Even more recently, there've been more predictions of the PC's demise. But the reality is, based on the market results we see in our sales and adoption data, people continue to love Office on the desktop and they're embracing Office in the cloud.
In fact, business customers are deploying Office 2010 five times faster than they deployed Office 2007. Office 2010 is also the fastest-selling version of Office ever. And nearly 50 million people worldwide use Office Web Apps to view, edit, and share their documents from anywhere with a browser and an Internet connection.
A year ago, I talked about the new experiences Office 2010 makes possible: multi-media features for creating awesome-looking documents, social media integration with Outlook Social Connector, more tools for managing e-mail overload, and online capabilities with the Office Web Apps. In honor of our one-year anniversary, we've created a series of blog posts with tips and tricks to help you make the most of these features in Office 2010. Click the linked image below to see a slide show of those features.
Customers have given us very positive feedback about these and other features. In a recent survey of Office 2010 users, 9 out of 10 said it's the best version of Office they've used. And 96 percent would recommend it to others.
Among the many verbatim comments from the survey participants, this one stood out for me:
"When trying to create something new, your ideas don't always happen at work."
I can personally relate to that. We're constantly moving between work, home, and social activities, and our tools and documents need to follow us wherever we go. Ideas and to-do lists percolate in our heads at all hours. It's nice to know that Office 2010 is helping people be productive in ways that work for them.
Businesses of all sizes are also embracing Office 2010. You can learn more about how customers like Nixon Peabody, Catapult Systems, Non-Linear Creations, i3solutions, aNb Media, and Basic Black are using Office 2010 and related products to save money - from $13,000 to $100,000 per month - gain time and increase efficiency.
We'll continue to evolve Office to meet the changing needs of consumers and businesses. Our aim is to keep working hard to deliver the capabilities that people want, and make it easier and more fun to work and collaborate from any location, on any device.
As always, I'd love to hear about your experiences with Office. What's your favorite feature in Office 2010? How has it helped you be more efficient and productive?
--Takeshi Numoto, Corporate Vice President, Office
Okay, I know things need to change, and I've been re-learning updated software for 25-30 years now. Only one thing I can't find in MS Office 2010 -- how to invoke autotext entries via keyboard entry. It used to be you would type the autotext, then hit ctrl-shift-v, and the entry would appear. Now, automatic text doesn't always appear when typing (and I might have used a different term to save it under) and I have to choose insert-text-quick parts. Anyone have the answer? this is really slowing me down.
Regarding Treeview control in Excel 2010...Just tried this on my system. m using Excel 2010. I have added a treeview control on the sheet, saved it and closed. When I reopend, I could actually see my treeview but in a different location. If you open and close a new workbook over the one having treeview it will show it fine. So this resolved here. Remember DO NOT save here.
But another issue is...if you do save and close the workbook; then if you open it Excel would not recognise it as a treeview control. Try this...in the design view right click to see the properties of Treeview; it won't show up.
Really tricky this issue...