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Transfer/copy files to 2011 MBA from MBP?


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Like a newbie question, but how is it done? How do you install iWorks on an MBA? I'm assuming through a back up drive, or a usb stick, but I'm not sure of the most efficient method. Thanks.
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you could share your dvd drive on the MBP

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How to use Migration Assistant to transfer files from another Mac
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