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  • 3.0 stars

    "Donate ... or Donate"

    June 12, 2011  |   By macdad614


    Free - at least, version 3.1.2 is free.


    To download version 3.2, I have two choices: Donate using Paypal or Donate as a new user.


    I'll stick with the free version - and maybe one day I'll get around to using it. For now, AppleWorks still functions on my Leopard computer. If (or when) I have to upgrade to Snow Leopard or Lion, then I may have to find another suite of tools.

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  • Reply by ETmacUser on November 18, 2011

    Apple Works (6.2.4, inherited from an older Mac of mine) STILL works on SnowLeopard (10.6.8). In Lion... well, I'm not yet ready to the switch, I'm still sticked on Tiger on another iMac because of the dismission of Motorola USB external modem in Leopard (I use it for FAX and as an emergency tool).

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