I have multiple HP accounts and now want to combine them. My intended method was to simply copy the hub content into a text file, delete that hub and then rebuild it on the new account.
(Don't tell me how silly I am... I know. Ha ha.)
I'm a little afraid that I'll somehow get in trouble for stealing content or something, even though it is all mine.
Any suggestions or assurances that this will not happen?
Also, is there a way to actually contact the HP people?
I would just email them and ask their advice.
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