My work around was to install another system using VMWare Fusion. Installed trial version of iWork 09, install update for that program, then logged into the App Store on the virtual machine. Once installed, I logged in with the same Apple Store ID on my hack and sure enough, the account showed those files as updated and allowed me to download and install with no Error messages. I feel it has something to do with PRAM though.
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