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[Micronet] On the New Version of iWork

John McChesney-Young
As far as I know, none of the people I support use Pages or the other
iWork components, but after seeing a flurry of angry and sad tweets
about the new iOS-ified version of the suite on Twitter over the
weekend, I was interested to run across this article:

http://www.infoworld.com/d/applications/free-iwork-upgrade-angers-mac-users-229644

Note in particular this workaround and caveat:

"[Some] users quickly figured out a workaround, however, that relied
on the old version of iWork's applications, which were retained after
an upgrade. The previous versions can be found in the iWork '09 folder
in the Applications folder on a Mac. Once opened in the new versions
of iWork, however, documents will not open in the 2009 edition."

John

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Re: [Micronet] On the New Version of iWork

David Schwartz
On Oct 30, 2013, at 11:55 AM, John McChesney-Young <[hidden email]> quoted Infoworld:

> “...Once opened in the new versions
> of iWork, however, documents will not open in the 2009 edition.”



Each of the new productivity applications has an “Export to…” option for its ’09 counterpart.


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