If we want to create a diagram such as two boxes connected by a line how do we do that is it possible and are there any drawing tools we could use on hubpages?
What i meant that the diagram is meant to be drawn on the article i will publish not for my own reference.
Well I expect you are doing a proper piece of work. Whereas I just do little doodles, does the job for me quicker and easier than trying to use software, get photo copyright stuff sorted and so on.
I was trying to be glib AND helpful. Didn't quite pull it off.
Your method requires a scanner, I guess...
Yes a scanner. It's one of those printer all in one things, never occurred to me someone might not have one.
One day I will give someone a really useful answer... just you wait and see.
1) There are free online drawing tools that you can use, then download the image or take a screenshot and create an image with that.
2) Or you download and install Open Office, a suite of free programs which includes a free drawing application that will let you export the drawing to an image file.
3) Or you can use a free online office suite such as Google Docs, which also allows you to export the drawing as an image file.
If your needs are simple and once only, I would go for #1. If repeated use, I would take the time to set up #2 or 3.
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