How do I change the format after completing a
Hub, but before publishing?
I started a Hub as Video Format, but now want to change it to a "regular" Hub without redoing it from scratch...Does anyone know how?
I do mine in Microsoft word then copy and paste. It just seems to work easier that way. Video is another add on that comes later after I do the text. (Please note I don't use video on HubPages as this is a writer's site.)
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by hypnodoctor 3 years ago
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by The Zen Mistress 4 years ago
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