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Ok, so i have the program 'pages' on my iMac . Now i have just gotten a new laptop and i am wondering if/how i can put this program on my laptop as well.
A quick answer would help as i have a project due soon!
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How did you purchase Pages? If you purchased it direct from the Mac App store you can download it again to your new Mac without having to pay for it once more.
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Ya we bought it from the app store! So how do we download it onto the laptop? Thx for the quick reply and for taking ur time!
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Just access the Mac App store from your new MacBook Pro, log in with your Apple ID. Find the Pages download, click on it. It should state "Already Installed". Just hold down your Option key and click. It will download to your new MBP and install. You will not be charged again.
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