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How can I copy a pdf to a Google doc and then direct a url to that doc?

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Super User is intended for computer hardware and software related questions only. Web services such as Google Docs are considered off-topic. Please see the FAQ – heavyd May 3 '10 at 14:36

Get the share link of the google doc. Then provide that link as the embedded link. If you want to code your HTML use the anchor tag.

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