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Embed Files With Ease

Are you looking for an easy way to embed your documents, videos, and presentations? We found one for you Embedit.in. (http embedit.in)First, you are probably wondering why you would want to embed your documents instead of just putting a link.
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Are you looking for an easy way to embed your documents, videos, and presentations? We found one for you: Embedit.in. (http://embedit.in)

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First, you are probably wondering why you would want to embed your documents instead of just putting a link. Just imagine your audience seeing everything in one place. They don’t have to click and download your work onto their computer. Cool, eh?

With My eCoach and many Web 2.0 tools you can just copy the embed code into the embed box or source code (if you know how to do that). At Embedit.in, all you have to do is find your file on your computer, upload it, and then click Embed it!

You can embed many types of files:

* Documents: doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx, pdf, wpd, odt, ods, odp
* Images: png, jpg, gif, tiff, bmp, eps, ai
* Text: txt, rtf, csv

After you upload your file, it appears on the page as it will look after you embed it onto your page. Copy the code and then paste into the embed box or source code.

Barbara Bray, President, My eCoach http://my-ecoach.com
Blog: http://barbarabray.my-ecoach.com



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