1 Reply Latest reply: Nov 19, 2012 6:24 PM by Niel
henry e Level 1 Level 1

My MBP from 2008 is being retired by my university and they gave me a new MBP.  They transferred everything from their image and all my iWork documents were transferred.  However, since I added Keynote, Numbers, and Pages, they did not transfer.  He said they cannot transfer them since they are not part of their image and active directory.

 

How can I get the iWork apps to my new computer and disengage them on the old computer without paying another $60?

 

Thanks so much for any advice.

 

Best,

HED


MacBook Pro, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2)
Reply by Niel on Nov 19, 2012 6:24 PM Helpful

If you installed them from a DVD, you need to install that DVD onto the new computer. If you got them from the Mac App Store, redownload them from there for free.

 

Having previously purchased an application on DVD or from the iTunes App Store does not allow a free download of it from the Mac App Store.

 

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  • Niel Level 10 Level 10

    If you installed them from a DVD, you need to install that DVD onto the new computer. If you got them from the Mac App Store, redownload them from there for free.

     

    Having previously purchased an application on DVD or from the iTunes App Store does not allow a free download of it from the Mac App Store.

     

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