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iWork 06 for cheap, or upgrade to iWork 08 (more expensive)?


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Hi everyone-

I'm definitely considering getting an iWork package, but I'm unsure which one to get. I know iWork 06 can be found online for less than 30 bucks, and iWork 08 is 80.

People may say that Numbers is the reason to upgrade, but I would never use that-I'm fine with Excel.

To sum it up, are the improvements in iWork 08 really worth spending 50 more bucks for?

What would you do?
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First off Numbers is not part of iWork 06. Second, Pages has several new features, making it more of a word processor than before. Get iWork 08.
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