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Old 07-08-2017, 08:50 PM
awbondi awbondi is offline
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Default how do I upload documents

I went to the users control panel and tried to up load a document and I
got an invalid file message. It wants a photo but I need to upload a document
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Old 07-08-2017, 09:26 PM
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Default Re: how do I upload documents

Hello and welcome! I'm going to repeat a reply that I posted earlier today to another member who had a similar question. Just let us know if you need more info.

Originally Posted by labblab View Post
Unfortunately, members can't upload attachments to the website. One option is to take a digital photo of paper results, and upload the picture to a personal photo album that you can create here. Or you can just go ahead and type the results into your reply. For the LDDS, it will just be three numbers (baseline cortisol, 4-hour result, 8-hour result). For the UTenn panels, it's a bit more laborious, unfortunately. But you can still type out the baseline result and the post-ACTH result for each of the hormones.

Or, last but not least, you can embed URL links into your replies. So if you have the test results posted elsewhere in some other form or using a web data manager, you can give us the link.

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