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If i were to purchase iWork 08 at the Apple Store and install it on my iMac could I then install it (same disc) on my macbook pro?? Also, does that work with any Apple software?
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Legally it can only be installed on one machine at a time unless you purchase the family pack for $99. Then you can install it on 5 machines in the same family.

Anything else is against Apples EULA and there for against the forum rules to discuss.


Hope that answers your question.
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