If this is allowed and possible to do, how does one go about doing it?
As far as I know, you cannot answer a question with an already written hub.
However, you can answer a person's question by telling the person that you've already written a hub that answers their question and give them a title. But, do not post a link to that hub. You could be flagged for "self promotion".
thanks Cagsil, I'm so glad I posted this question... I almost posted a link to my hub as an answer to one of the questions.
I've posted a link to an existing Hub several times when answering a question, and I've never been flagged for it.
In fact a few times I've deliberately gone looking for questions to answer with links to existing Hubs! I did find that I had to write some text as well - but I think you're wrong, Cags.
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