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I am sorry for this very simple question but I am new to my imac and I can't find iworks. I thought this was supposed to come with it. Thanks for your help
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Sorry, iWorks does not come with new machines. The iLife suite does.

A demo use to come preinstalled, don't know if they still do that or not.

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Thanks for the help. I looked in applications and did not even see ilife.
I guess I have to buy one or the other in order to use word processing.
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iWork includes Pages for word processing. If the rather reasonable cost is still an issue, there's Open Office, which is a free download.

P.S. You wouldn't find anything installed called iWork or iLife anyway. Instead, you'll find the applications that make up the "suite" of software.
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Thanks again for your help I might try the free one.
I did download the 30 day trial of iwork 09.
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