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Converting Appleworks docs to Pages


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I've always used Appleworks. But I also have iWork 08 and am now converting all my Appleworks docs to Pages - or trying to.
However, when I try to convert a Drawing document there seems to be no equivalent in iWork 08 and I can't convert.
Am I missing something?

Help would be much appreciated.
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do you still have access to a machine running Appleworks

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Yes - both my iMac and laptop have Appleworks. That's where the documents are which I'm converting.
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You should be able to print from Appleworks, and press Preview button rather than Print. That would create a PDF file that will import to Pages

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