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Using SCCM to Discover PC's with Office 2007

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I'm very pretty new to SCCM 2007. I have a collection with around 500 computers, broken down into subcollections with 5-150 computers. I need to run a report, query, etc. that will tell me which computers do (or more specifically do not) have Office 2007 so I can begin targeting them for installation. I was thinking to identify a half-dozen or so computers across the network and put them into a collection and do a pilot with installing Office 07 on this computers. Since I'm new at this, I want to take this deployment kind of slow.

Thanks in advance for any and all advise you can give me!
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Thanks for the links!

As a SCCM newbie, any info like that is helpful.
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