What is the most efficient way to save my Hubs to my hard drive or other external device?
"Save as" function has limited options and poor results. Someone wrote something about the steps to saving hubs as "something??" first and then as a PDF. Thanks in advance for any help.
I write my hub in pages which helps in spelling and grammar and then cut and paste into the hub. That's how I save mine. Since I use my own photos in the majority of them, I already have them but not necessarily with the article. HTH!
There is no real reason to save your hubs on your computer as Hub Pages does this for you.
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