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I seem to recall a thread that told us how to back up our hubs. I actually did it, but now I don't know where I put them, and as a result I can't do it again. Please help!!!!
I always write my articles in Word, then copy and paste them to make my Hubs. I keep them in a folder titled Hubs and that way I always have a copy.
If you are using Firefox as your browser you can use the 'Add On' called 'ScrapBook'. This is what I do and it is free, plus all your hubs are saved exactly as you see them in HP.
There are instructions on how to best use ScrapBook for HP on YouTube under 'The Internet Bloke'. Always save from 'My Account' and save '1 link deep'.
Thanks mistyhorizon, that's the one I was looking for.
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