Which Version Of Microsoft Office Are You Using? [MakeUseOf Poll]

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Last week we asked you to tell us how you handle your passwords. We were surprised to find out that many people don’t use password managers, and even more surprised at the cool ways people come up with to create passwords they can remember. Be sure to check the comments for some awesome tips!

Out of 586 readers who voted, the breakdown is as follows: 51% use standalone password managers, a full 15% remember all their passwords, 11% make their own list in a text editor, 9.5% use the same password for most things, 6.5% use their browser to save passwords, and 8% use a different method, not mentioned in the options.

Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.


This week’s poll question is: Which Version of Microsoft Office Are You Using?

This week, Microsoft announced Office 2013, which you can already download as a Consumer Preview version, and of course you can get a copy of our Office 2013 guide. A new version of Office doesn’t come out every day, and this new release has made us curious as to which version of office you currently use (if at all). Since Office is not a free suite, many of us are not in any hurry to upgrade, and there’s quite a fragmentation of versions among users. On top of that, we tend to get very used to our Office, and when Microsoft comes out with a big change, as happened with Office 2007, many were reluctant to make the change. Which version are you using right now?

Why do you you use your chosen version? Do you think it’s the best, or did you just not feel the need to change? Which version is the best, in your opinion? Tell us all in the comments!

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