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How to Add a YouTube Video

Tuesday, November 06 2012, 06:02 PM
It's very simple to add a YouTube Video into the page - just view the three steps below...

Go to YouTube and Find Your Video
Click the Share tab in YouTube
Copy the Share Address (http://....)
Click the Video icon above
Paste in the YouTube Video address and Click Insert Video
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