AppleWorks Users Group Reports on Leopard Tests With Apple’s Legacy Office Suite
While everyone wants to upgrade to Leopard, there are still some older programs that are hard to leave behind. AppleWorks leads the list of such programs, with one of the largest installed bases of any legacy program.
If you’re concerned about how AppleWorks will perform under Leopard, you need to check out the results of extensive testing by the AppleWorks Users Group (AWUG). While there will be a more detailed examination of the situation in the December issue of their publication, The AppleWorks Journal, you can benefit from their research right now.
Check out the link to the article in the “Hot Box” on the AWUG web site for the low-down on how to make sure that one of the most popular programs in Apple history can continue to run smoothly under the newest version of the Mac OS. And while you’re there, take a moment to review the extensive resources that AWUG provides to their members. Or, if you’ve moved past AppleWorks up to iWork ’08’s Pages, Keynote and Numbers, visit their sister group, the iWork Users Group (iWUG).