Replacement for Appleworks?

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I know this has been discussed in the past, but is there anything new? In past years I used and LOVED Appleworks, and in fact still keep an old laptop with Leopard just to be able to still use it, but wish I had something comparable to use with Mt Lion and above (which I'll eventually have to go to, I suppose) What's out there now that might be a good replacement for Appleworks?

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I can't seem to find how to get this into Software section, so picking Desktops.

Posting in the software area is just as easy as posting in the Desktop area.:)

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What's out there now that might be a good replacement for Appleworks?

The latest version of the iWork apps: Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. You can find each in the Mac App store.
 

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