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Old 08-01-2013   #1
 
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How to post a .pdf?

So the buzzards were kind enough to help me out wit ha school project by giving me a bunch of data, and a few of 'em asked to see what I did with it. I have a word document that I can easily save as a .pdf (9 pages) that I would like to post to the thread that I started to collect the data. Is this possible? I don't have any of my own web space to post it and link to it. Thanks for any help anyone can give.
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Import it into google docs. I assume you have a gmail account? If not get it for free, then you can go to docs.google.com and import whatever pdf you have and you can share the document with others.
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Attach it to reply

Go to an advanced reply window and chose the paperclip icon - browse to the file you want to upload. I am not sure of what this sites size limit is...worth a try.
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Import it into google docs. I assume you have a gmail account? If not get it for free, then you can go to docs.google.com and import whatever pdf you have and you can share the document with others.
I like to use Google Drive (it converts it to a google document, so might be the same thing...). It works quite well and is easy to share pdf's:

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B5xe...it?usp=sharing
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So the buzzards were kind enough to help me out wit ha school project by giving me a bunch of data, and a few of 'em asked to see what I did with it. I have a word document that I can easily save as a .pdf (9 pages) that I would like to post to the thread that I started to collect the data. Is this possible? I don't have any of my own web space to post it and link to it. Thanks for any help anyone can give.
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You can attach pdfs to posts just like you can attach images. Just try to keep the file size down as a courtesy to mobile users
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