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I need help. I am working on a imac with os 9. I am a PC person and our office only has macs. I keep trying to download office programs and i never seem to be able to. It will download ( and yes i make sure the program supports os9) and after the download i try to install but i always get a msg that says that the computer cannot find the program that created the file and i'm redirected to word or ecell where it is of course all jumbled. I need to know what I am doing wrong.

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It sound like there download is compressed and you don't have an application to uncompress it. You can get StuffIt here.

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thanks rman that helped.
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Glad I could help.

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