I would like to include some blank forms for readers to download. Is it possible to upload the original form and include a link to it in my hub. It would be a Word or PDF document.
You could link to a document, but you would have to upload it and host it somewhere on your own. You can't embed or attach documents to a Hub.
Thank you for the information. Another question --
Should I scan the document as a picture so the reader has an idea of what I mean it to look like?
do your forms have graphics that would be hard to describe? Just my opinion, but, never been a fan of doc-type photos unless they are leading me through a step-by-step process. But that's just my thought, not an expert opinion. I would stick with a description and a link to a download location.
OK. I've never done that before so I guess I'll go figure it out. I have some webspace I never bothered doing anything with. That would probably do it.
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