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I assume you have an old machine. Keep it.
How many of those old archive files do you use as is? I have thousands
of old files, if I need to update one I open it in Indesign and rework
I do have an old machine around just in case, but I use it mainly for
>Does anybody know any workaround at all to run PageMaker 7 on a Intel-based Mac?
Well there are two ways. the best way is to have an old machine that boots OS9. If you don't have one, buy one. I found one for about $69 a few years ago I'm sure they are even cheaper now.
There is some software called SheepShaver its supposed to run Classic apps on a Mactel. With all the problems of running PM in Classic (I would never use PM for production in Classic) Its probably even worse running on SheepShaver.
Be smart get the old machine.
>I cannot believe that MacOS supports Windows (in fact, I have installed Windows Vista) better than its predecessor Mac OS 9.2.2.
Windows runs on the Intel chip thats why, OS 9.2.2 is made for the old PowerPC chip a completely different architecture thats why all the OSX apps had to be rewritten to run native. You really need to read up on this stuff so you have understanding.