OfficeReports Reviews

OfficeReports reviewed in Quirks

Positive Review by torbenlaustsen
about OfficeReports and Microsoft Office Word, IBM SPSS Statistics, SurveyMonkey Jul 2014

Tim Macer gave this review in the mazine Quirks lately: OfficeReports is a new survey reporting tool:
.. it converts PowerPoint into a fully functional crosstab tool which presents all of its output as PowerPoint slides. It also does the same for Microsoft Word. In either case, once the software is installed – and an OfficeReports license will give you both flavors – it appears as
an additional menu item on the ribbon, with a small number of tools on display. You could be forgiven for thinking it does little more than Excel’s pivot table function, as its just reveals a few key functions in the ribbon, such as the one to import a data file. Nothing could be further from the truth. This does everything a seasoned researcher would expect a desktop crosstab tool to do. Filters, weighting – applying and generating weights; multi-response
data; a whole slew of sig tests; top-two boxes – you name it and OfficeReports seems to have an
option to do it.

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[Edited by torbenlaustsen, July 17]