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HI

I want to individually install iwork from the OS X disc i have ,i had deleted it earlier and now I dont want to install the 500mb file from the net.

So can i find iwork in any of the os x installation cds i have?
I have ,tiger,leopard,snow leopard

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iWork comes on a separate disk. The earlier versions may have been included in Tiger but with the advent of iWork 08 and iWork 09 it has become a much better featured suite of Apps, so you would be more likely to enjoy one of those. As you have SL then i would recommend iWork 09 as it has more features than 08.
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iWork has *never* been included as bundled software or as part of an OS disc (with the exception of a 30-day trial).
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