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comment How do I convert old Pages documents to Pages '13?
Worked for me on Mac OS 10.9. The the old iWork Suite is stored in Applications/iWork'09 (so nothing gets overwritten).
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partially revert edit that garbled information
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answered I deleted /usr/local/bin on my Mac. Is there any way I can see what was installed there?
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comment Reanimate “dead tracks” in iTunes that are one external drive
Unfortunately, with the external drive mounted again, I don't get the notification that the track is missing. Instead, iTunes happily plays the track (or shows its information) while all the other 19999 tracks still sit there with their exclamation mark :(
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comment Duplicate PDF pages without blowing up the file size
I did my page duplication exactly how you described and the file size went up. Maybe it depends how the the original PDF page was created?
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comment Duplicate PDF pages without blowing up the file size
Scribus was just an example. In my case, the files were delivered as several PDFs and I need to duplicate the pasges of those and combine them into one PDF file.