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How To Save a Draft of an Unfinished Tutorial?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by BreaknBrix, Oct 28, 2014.

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  1. BreaknBrix

    BreaknBrix Power Member

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    I'm working on a really loooong tutorial for local SEO. And I'm curious if there is anyway to save a draft of a thread?

    Reason I'm asking is I wrote it up on my laptop which does not have msword. My desktops do but I can't control + c then paste all the content on another pc.

    I have wordpad on this laptop so if I copy and paste I will lose all the original formatting.

    Does anyone know of anyway I can save a draft of the thread, so I don't lose all the original formatting?


    Thanks - BB
     
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    Can't you copy it to a card / usb stick?
     
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    I'd have to save it in wordpad to transfer it which will kill the formatting. Normally I do stuff like this on my desktops (which both have msword) but I thought I would finish this today.... which is why I used my laptop. Problem is it's taking much more time than I expected.

    If worse comes to worse I can redo all the formatting I suppose.
     
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    Transfer it to notepad ++ and then save it. Alternatively, you can put it in your Evernote.
     
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    Thanks guys, just found the solution!

    I didn't realize we had a blogging section on our profiles that allows you to save rough drafts. So I copied all the content to my BHW blog, then clicked "save draft". This is exactly what I need cause all the formatting was saved perfectly. And when I'm done I will just post it in the forums.

    Thanks again & will close this thread.
     
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