If I upgrade my MacBookd Pro to Snow Leopard, will I be able to open files created in Snow leopard on my Mac Book Pro with my older power pc g5
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Files are application-specific, not OS-specific. As long as you have the application that created the files installed on both Macs, for example Microsoft Office or iWork, there should not be an issue with opening or editing them.
- Answered by Mike B from Roswell
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Depending on the program, yes
- Answered by Phillip S from North Las Vegas
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Well what kind of files? The basic answer would be if you have the right programs installed on both machines, then yes. If you have older versions of software on one of the machines then that machine may have issues opening some files.
- Answered by David M from Gretna
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Has anyone been able to use this with Snow Leopard?
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- Aug 2, 2012
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