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How do I add a chart? I have a small chart in a word document that is only two columns, when I try to add it to my hub it becomes giberish! Help!! Thanks.
I've never been able to figure it out either.
When I've used them in a hub, I re-created them with the table capsule. It's the only way I could do it.
Hopefully somebody will pop in with an answer...
sorry Jane I do the same as jen and hi to both of you hope all is ok
there is a table capsule...who knew. A BIG THANK YOU...off to find it!
You could take a screen shot and post it as a graphic.
The chart has my key words in it.
I'm not sure if having the KWs there is important enough to leave in a chart that looks bad...
I guessed, "yes!"
if you save the word document as a html file it should save teh images used in it seperately, so you can then use them directly in your Hubpages, if that doesnt work, try screenshots!
It was short so I just re-typed it. Next time I'll save as an html file.
I have just re-read that and noticed it doesn't make complete sense.
If you save a word document as HTML it should save it's images seperately. This means you can easily use them in other ways!
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