Currently Being ModeratedOct 13, 2012 5:12 PM (in response to sara.g1234)
The current version of iWork is 9.2, but for Lion you really only need 9.1. iWork '09 installed from the retail disk or from the downloaded trial must be updated through Software Update. If you're not running the latest versions of the iWork apps installed from a retail box or the downloaded trial & Software Update says your software is up to date, make sure the applications are where the installer initially put them. The updaters are very picky. If the location is not where the updater is programmed to look or if the folder doesn't have the name the updater looks for, it will not work. The applications cannot be renamed or moved. If you installed from the downloaded trial or the retail box, they must be in the iWork '09 folder in Applications. That iWork folder must be named iWork '09. If it doesn't have the '09 Software Update won't find them & the updaters won't work.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 14, 2012 8:44 AM (in response to Peggy)
Wow! What a simplistic solution, and what a stupid updater! I moved the application out of a sub-folder and put them in the root of Applications. I moved them back into the sub-folder and this fixed me right up. Thanks!
Currently Being ModeratedNov 14, 2012 4:11 PM (in response to Peggy)
Peggy, maybe you can't help with a similar issue. I own the retail DVD installer of iWork 903. I installed, but software update will not see any other updates available (even though I know there are). I haven't moved the apps, I'm using 10.6.8, and I see other people having similar issues through out the forum. Did Apple just pull these, meaning SU won't see them, but you can download them manual. But, how do you know what you need. I even see a Keynote 511 update in apple's downloads section.
As I run 10.6.8, should I just download and install 9.1 and the the keynote 511?