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Pages '09/'08 can not open Pages 5 files and you will get the warning that you need a newer version. Pages 5/5.01 can not open Pages 5.1 files and you will get the warning that you need a newer version. Pages 5.1 sometimes can not open its own files and you will get the warning that you need a newer version.
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I'll assume that the place at the bottom of your screen where the Pages icon used to be is the Dock. The most common reason for its disappearance is that one day when you were just intending to click on it, you accidentally dragged it off the dock. When that happens, the icon disappears in a puff if simulated smoke.
Nothing is lost. That icon was just a shortcut to the actual file. To get it back there, the easiest way is to get Pages started again, which puts the icon temporarily on the Dock, and then Control-Click or Click and Hold, and select Keep icon on Dock.
So, you're probably wondering how to get Pages started. You can hunt it down in the Finder's Applications folder, iWork sub-folder and double-click it. A quicker way is to press Command-SpaceBar. This opens the Spotlight search tool window in the upper right corner of your screen. Type Pages and it will appear, after a short delay, identified as the Top Hit. Hit the Return key and you're off and running.
I use this method for starting all the apps that I can remember the names of. It's much faster than dragging the mouse pointer to the Dock if your hands are already on the keys.
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