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How to inventory office 2010 installations in SCCM 2007 R2

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I need to find out how many computers on my network have  office 2010 pro plus installed as well as info on what PC it is installed on .

I am actually using a custom report using the following sql statement but it only achieve half of what i need. It only give me the cont of office 2010 installation but i do not get info on what computers office 2010 is actually installed on.

How to i modify this sql statement to include both informations or may be there is a better straight forward way of doing this in SCCM.

custom report statement is below:

select
    DisplayName0,
    Version0,
    Count (Distinct arp.ResourceID)
From
    dbo.v_Add_Remove_Programs ARP
Where
    DisplayName0 in ( 'Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010')

Group by
    DisplayName0,
    Version0
Order by
    DisplayName0,
    Version0
0
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