i'll have to buy mine while i am canada to try and have it arrive the day after i return. i haven't been this excited about a software release in a long, long time. iWork is really looking sweet as well.<br><br>
I'll be ordering iLife a little later.<br><br>Numbers is looking good. I opened up some Excel sheets with graphs embedded in them and they look great. Everything is still linked to the data and where it should be. I haven't created anything from scratch yet, but it was critical that it could handle old Excel data first.<br><br><br><br>------<br>"Take that some place else."
Yeah, I drove to the store downtown to buy it. Here is some wisdom, by the way, you cannot get the educational discount for software at brick and mortar stores. They didn't tell me that on the phone. Grrr...<br><br>Plus, as John says, if you download the trial I think you can just buy the serial number online. I think I drove through yucky Vegas traffic for nothing. Grrr...<br><br>------<br>"Take that some place else."
really? You drove there and got it? heh <br><br>Of course if the Apple Store was open here, I might have done the same thing. Thanks for the warning about software and education prices at the brick & mortar store. I know you can with hardware though.<br><br>my beer blog
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