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Madalena

 
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Hello,
How can I upgrade from iWeb '08 to iWeb '09? The '08 version came when I updated to OS X 10.5.8 and I thought this update included iWeb/iLife '09. If so, it hasn't reached me. Grateful for your help.
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You will have to actually purchase this. It's not a software download:

iWork - Apple Store (U.S.)

It's $79 and will give you everything you are looking for. The requirements for it is 10.5.6 or more with at least 1 GB. If you have a Macbook with only 1GB I would suggest purchasing another GB of memory, to make your computer faster.

Good luck!
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Thank you, Mac Technician!
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You will have to actually purchase this. It's not a software download:

iWork - Apple Store (U.S.)

It's $79 and will give you everything you are looking for. The requirements for it is 10.5.6 or more with at least 1 GB. If you have a Macbook with only 1GB I would suggest purchasing another GB of memory, to make your computer faster.

Good luck!

Madalena will need more than luck if purchasing iWork and expecting to get any version of iWeb.

iWork has nothing to do with iWeb.

iWeb is a part of the iLife package, not the iWork package.

If you do not plan to upgrade to Snow Leopard, then you'll need to look for 3rd party sellers (Amazon maybe) that still have the iLife '09 package sitting on their shelves.

For $78 you can upgrade to Snow Leopard and the newer iLife '11 - assuming you have an Intel Mac and not a PPC.
Note: iLife '11 requires Snow Leopard, 10.6.

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Thanks, bobtomay. I did wonder why a search for iWorks gave no results for iWeb.....
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