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Why do people use forum activity as an indicator of usage? It's a better indicator of how buggy or complex a product is, than it is how common that product is.
Considering how limited the market is for Tablet PCs... I'd say it's not really that important. Oh, and I've never seen anyone use OneNote in a production environment either.
This is certainly true. A office suite doesn't need anything more than a word processor, spreadsheet, presentation app, and *possibly* a database frontend.
No, it's to provide a suite of software that can be used to accomplish normal office tasks--make presentations, write reports, etc.
For one thing, Draw isn't designed to go against Visio--it's not strictly a diagramming app. Secondly, visio isn't as common as you seem to imply. More common than, say, OneNote or InfoPath, but still not something that's really a core part of an office suite.
Most users wouldn't even know what you're talking about if you mentioned Visio--let alone have it incorporated into their workflow. Most people would either write out the diagram by hand, or use paint or something similar.
OOo provides meaningful progress, along with a Debt Reduction in cost.
How long has it been since 'undo' came about? Right, 20 years or so. Live previewing is a nice feature, but hardly worth paying a premium for.
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In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Erik Funkenbusch wrote on Mon, 6 Mar 2006 17:30:09 -0600 Extremely, according to some of the more deluded Wintroolies around here. :-) snip "OneNote" commentary for brevity Oddly, www.visio.com is not registered by...
MS just doesn't offer much that's useful or interesting. There are some nice features, but those features on their own do not make up for Office's insane cost.
-- "There is nothing I understand." - poo