Is there a way to cut and paste Photos with attached information from one Hub to another Hub?
I want to break my hub "Seattle to Alaska Inside Passage ..." into smaller, more readable hubs but, I don't want to recreate the photo capsules from scratch. Can anyone help?
Yes there is, here is what I do to cut and paste. I use the right side of my mouse and highlight over what I want to cut and paste. Once I get what I want highlighted photo and information, I click the left side of my mouse and a box will come up and then click on the word cut, then go to what you want to paste it too and left click and click on the word paste. I hope this helps.
Thanks Lavender, I tried this by Selecting All and then Copy, from within the one Photo Capsule but, when I went to the new Photo capusule, I right clicked inside the box area but there was no Paste option that came up. I may doing that part wrong.
Your photo is saved in your hubpage photos spot so redownload will be just ad
Your photos are saved in your HubPages account.
Just insert a new photo capsule in your Hub and edit it. You'll see you have the option for "Upload", "Import" and "My". You'll find all the photos you've ever uploaded under the "My" tab.
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