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iworks 09 - save as iworks 08?


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I wonder if someone could help me - almost a Mac Newbie!

I have iWorks 09 on my home machine, and iWorks 08 on my work machine.

Can I save Numbers sheets I produce at home at 08, so that I can work on them at my office?

Thanks for any help/advice.

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I'm sure that Numbers 09 reads 08 sheets. I can't say for sure about the other way around, but I haven't read any ***** reports about such a problem, so I'm guessing that there is no problem.
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Wow! Look at that. You can't say "*****" on this forum. I had no idea!
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iWork '09 and iWork '08: File compatibility
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One of the things iWork users tend to overlook is this problem of iWork '08 not reading files from iWork'09. Ahh the joy of MS Office (for once).
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Thank you - that is great!

Thank you to everyone for help and suggestions
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