How may we maintain the format of an article published in MS Word?
My format is changed when I copy my Hub document from MS Word to my Hub Page.
How do I prevent this so I do not have to start from the beginning again?
What specific format are you referring to? Font? Paragraph? Because when copying/pasting from Word, you will be limited to HubPages formats, which aren't very varied.
Referring to Font sizes, underlining, bolding, bullets, numbering sequences and pictures were stripped from my MS Word document when I copied and pasted into Hub Page.
Well, first things first, you must add pictures to your Hub using the appropriate Picture capsule, not copying/pasting them. As for the other formats, like I said, HubPages limits you to a certain number of formats, so you should stick to those.
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