can you upload a previously written document that was in word to hubpages?
what if it has charts, graphs, other tables etc?
I normally cut and paste my content from a word document directly onto my hub page. You should be able to cut and paste charts, graphs, etc. from your word document onto your hub page as well but I have not tried it so cannot tell you for sure. Perhaps other hubbers can respond to that,
thank you for responding but that didn't work. I will try in another format layout besides genuine article but ends up cutting off the charts.
Only text can be cut and paste into Hubpages text module. To capture the charts and graph and images, you need to convert it to a JPG file and add it to a photo module. You may not be able to keep the same formatting.
Another option is to treat the entire word page as an image. I wrote a hub on how to do just that. It is called "how to convert a document to PDF using an iphone". The text may not be as easy to read depending on your font size.
The problem with that is that it won't contain any text capsules so won't be featured.
In terms of copying the text from a word document onto text capsules on the hub page, it may be an issue with the browser you are using. If I recall correctly, I had difficulty copying and pasting text using Firefox but Chrome allowed me to do it without any problem. So I suggest trying a different browser for copying your text.
jackclee lm is correct. You will need to paste the text into Text Capsules (I recommend a separate capsule per paragraph with descriptive titles that explain what each paragraph is about). You will have to save the graphs and charts separately as images and upload them to Image Capsules.
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