AppleWorks 6.2 update

Michael_Aos

Registered
Is there any way to install AppleWorks 6.2 for MacOS X WITHOUT first installing the "classic" environment? I've gotten by thus far without it, and I'd like to keep it that way.

Alternatively, any guesses when Apple will release a MacOS-X specific version of AppleWorks?

Thanks,

Mike
 

RacerX

Old Rhapsody User
Originally posted by Michael_Aos
Alternatively, any guesses when Apple will release a MacOS-X specific version of AppleWorks?
Apple on AppleWork 6.2
If you use Mac OS X, the program installs AppleWorks 6.2. For Mac OS 8.1-9.1, the program instead installs AppleWorks 6.1.2.
I don't know, that sure sounds to me like AppleWorks 6.2 is specific to Mac OS X. Besides, I've been able to use AppleWorks (to some degree) in Mac OS X (without classic) since 6.0.4 on the Public Beta. I haven't had any problems with 6.1.2 in Mac OS X so far (though I mainly use it for word processing).
 
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