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Trying to get my dad to update his 15 year old Apple computer. He doesn't want to give up Clarisworks for the "drawing" function. Is there a similar software for drawing with SnowLeopard?
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Hi, welcome to the forum.

I've been doing some searching, and as far as I know, there are updates for Clarisworks to work in OSX on PPC Macs and Intel Macs.

The only downside is that it only goes up until OSX .4 Tiger.
Of course you could purchase Apple Works which is what it's called since Apple took it over.

This is what I could dig up, maybe future posts will prove otherwise.

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Someday, ClarisWorks will not. (work, that is) AppleWorks may have a slightly longer lifespan, but it too will die. For the long term, he needs to find something else.
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Of course you could purchase Apple Works which is what it's called since Apple took it over.
Apple Works is long gone. No more production. iWork is the new one now

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