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If you try to review the latest Tutor for Numbers, it takes you to Tutor for Keynote in the Mac App Store. Looks like we put the wrong link in the tutorial. We have since corrected it. If you go to the Mac App Store, you will find the updated version in your updates.
Do you have one of our tutorials that keeps trying to update? We’ve updated a couple of our tutorials with new names to better reflect which version the tutorial is for. By doing this, it seems the tutorials keep trying to update themselves. Their is an easy fix, delete the tutorial and redownload it. Make sure you download the tutorial that has the new name. You will not have to pay for it again and you will no longer be asked to update the tutorial.
Which version of Tutor for iMovie do I need? Apple released a new version of iMovie in October of 2013. This version, version 10, replaces the older version called iMovie ’11. This can get a little confusing being iMovie version 10 is replacing iMovie ’11. Here’s where the confusion begins, iMovie 11 is actually version 9, the ’11 actually refers to the year it was released. So, if you have iMovie version 10 (released in October of 2013 and installed on every Mac purchased after October), the tutorial for that version is Tutor for iMovie. If you have iMovie ’11, which is version 9, the tutorial is Tutor for iMovie ’11. If you have any questions before you purchase, please do not hesitate to ask by filling out the form below.
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