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Samsung can manufacture Apple's 64-bit SOC but can't make their own. Roff.
  Nothing has been removed from the previous version of Pages that so-called Page Power Users were using until a week or two ago. And if they had any common sense or basic computer literacy whatsoever, before installing a major software upgrade they'd have backed up their previous system, software and data all. It would be negligent of someone running a business (or a business' IT dept) not to take these fundamental precautions.
Waaambulance time once more.
The more some people post, the more desperate they look.
 Oh, yeah, that awesome Motorola Artix that was such a good phone with such a good implementation of fingerprint sensor that millions of people around the world bought one?
 Ah, now I know who you are. Brilliant. /s
 They could just use your installer discs, for one. There's no serial for iWork, if I recall correctly (or was that iLife?).
 The people who are complaining about the things left out of the new version of iWork are users of the old version, the older version being available for purchase is a lot less of an issue here. It's somewhat different to FCP7 being taken off the shelves when FCPX came out as post facilities often need to add seats. People coming to iWork fresh will either work with what's in the current version or not - they'll go to another product that has the features they need. Users...
 Indeed we do. Simply continue to use the older version of iWork, just as I continue to use FCP7 in my work place.
 That or they have no contingency if an upgrade breaks something that is important to them. I didn't move to Mavericks on my MBP until I cloned my previous system and tested 10.9 via starting up from an external drive. Only then did I then swap the drives around, and I can go back any time. Complainers gonna complain.
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