I was about to add a copyright notice on a Hub that I posted in my new Squidoo transfer account, a brand new hub not a transferred lens, when I saw that it had my original account name listed on the copyright--lakeerieartists. I do not understand why it doesn't say Paula Atwell, the name on the account. I double checked to make sure that I was logged into the right account.
Paula, It looks like you set your real name in your profile to lakeerieartist.
If you change it to Paul Atwel by following the link, your name should be set correctly for the copyright feature.
Oh, I didn't think of that. So since I have Paula Atwell on my other account for my real name it will say Paula Atwell, then. Thanks for the response.
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