I'm doing the simplified starting for a hub. When I get to the layout button it says I need to copy one of my old hubs. No matter which one I highlight it won't let me continue. What do I do?
I think you'll have to email the HP team on this one. The simplified editing version was initially created to help the visually impaired hubbers who use special software to "read" what's on the screen for them. You might want to consider switching back to the standard editing version.
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