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jusacruiser

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Mar 15, 2009
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In my Finder I have an "iCloud Drive" folder listed under "Favorites."

I have three folders listed in my iCloud Drive.....Pages, Preview, and Keynote.

But I can't figure out why my "Numbers" Folder is not listed.

Where is my Numbers folder?

Thanks.
 

jusacruiser

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Mar 15, 2009
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Palm Beach, Florida
Ok, I just tried relaunching numbers.

A pop up window appeared saying I need to purchase a "newer" version of numbers (I am currently running Numbers 09', Version 2.3)

First, I thought that the upgrade for iWork apps are free.....and Second, My Pages and Keynote are acting normally and are not requiring an upgrade. So why is Numbers making me buy a newer version??
 

jusacruiser

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Mar 15, 2009
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Palm Beach, Florida
Have you tried launching the app? :D

Ok, I just tried relaunching numbers.

A pop up window appeared saying I need to purchase a "newer" version of numbers (I am currently running Numbers 09', Version 2.3)

First, I thought that the upgrade for iWork apps are free.....and Second, My Pages and Keynote are acting normally and are not requiring an upgrade. So why is Numbers making me buy a newer version??
 

bluedoggiant

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Jul 13, 2007
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Ok, I just tried relaunching numbers.

A pop up window appeared saying I need to purchase a "newer" version of numbers (I am currently running Numbers 09', Version 2.3)

First, I thought that the upgrade for iWork apps are free.....and Second, My Pages and Keynote are acting normally and are not requiring an upgrade. So why is Numbers making me buy a newer version??

The explanation is that you have newer versions of Pages and Keynote and an archaic version of Numbers.

Not unheard of.
 
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