How can I add an updated downloadable spreadsheet to an old video? See my video here:

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BernBinDistr.xlsmHow can I add an updated downloadable spreadsheet to an old video? See my video here:

https://www.experts-exchange.com/videos/6020/Binomial-Distribution.html
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Commented:
Hi Ed,
Click the Edit Video button in the upper right underneath the title. Here's what it looks line on one of mine (I can't see yours because only the Author can see it):

ee edit video
You may then edit the Micro Tutorial in any way, including the Title, Description, Steps, attachments...even upload a new video! Regards, Joe
Ed CovneyRetired

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Commented:
Joe - Thanks for the quick response.

Below the video, I have a list of 4 downloadable spreadsheets, I want to add one more, then maybe delete the others as they're no longer needed.  I haven't been aboard (on E-E) for a while, but I certainly remember you. Have a great day.
Joe WinogradDeveloper
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Commented:
Hi Ed,
Are you good on how to do that in Edit mode or do you need further instructions? Regards, Joe
Ed CovneyRetired

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Commented:
Hi Joe -

I found the edit button, but I didn't notice where to upload a spreadsheet. Am I blind?
Joe WinogradDeveloper
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Commented:
Scroll down to Add Video Steps. Note the Attach File at the bottom. Here's an example from another one of mine:

ee video attach file
You may have done yours when there was a different video uploader in effect. If the above doesn't work for you, please post a screenshot of what your Micro Tutorial looks like in Edit mode. Problem is, as I mentioned above, I can't see what yours looks like in Edit mode...only the Author (and EE Admins)  can do that. Regards, Joe
Martin NguyenHelpDesk Technician
Distinguished Expert 2018

Commented:
Thanks for the thorough explanation and the screenshots Joe. I'll chime in since I can manually help if Joe's instructions don't work.

Ed- You can go to the lower portion of the video edit page to find Add Video Steps and Attach your file based on Joe's screenshot. Once you click the blue upload attachment button to confirm, you can click the Embed button and there will be a placeholder something like [embed=file XXXXXX]. You can copy and paste that placeholder underneath your original links in your Description section and it should update your video with a link to your new file.

Please let me know if you'd like additional assistance.

PS. please give all the credit to Joe once you're able to resolve this issue, as he laid all the groundwork and explanations.

Martin
Joe WinogradDeveloper
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Commented:
Martin,
Thanks for jumping in...we may eventually need an EE Admin/Mod for this. :)

Ed,
I'm leaving my office now and will be offline for a while. I'll check into this thread when I return to see how you're doing, but it could be several hours.

Regards, Joe
Joe WinogradDeveloper
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Commented:
Hi Ed,
Any update on this? Regards, Joe
Ed CovneyRetired

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Sorry Joe & Martin, I didn't realize we're under a clock to get a score. I posted 9/6, today is 9/10 and there was a weekend in between. Is this the new normal? I may be too slow to use E-E; minimally I try to never post on a Thursday or Friday again!

Joe - yes I suspect I did my uploads when it was a "different" sets of instruction. I noticed you have some URLs in your answers, but there not hyperlinked  Do either of you know if there are current  video instructions on how to.
(1) Upload videos,
(2) Delete previously uploaded videos.
(3) Add attachments, Edit attachments,. Delete attachments.

I think my biggest problem is in navigating this site, I'm here asking a question you answer, but how do I get to where you want me to go? I guess I should take a class how how to use EE, if there is one?
Joe WinogradDeveloper
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Hi Ed,

> I didn't realize we're under a clock to get a score.

There's no clock. I just decided that it's time to close some of the 500 tabs that I have open in Firefox. :) Most of them are Experts Exchange questions, and I ran across this one in the process, so decided to ping you on it...not for the "score", but to see if you need more help on it.

> Is this the new normal?

Once again, there's no time clock. Btw, all of the other pings that I've sent so far today are for questions that have been untouched for 4-6 months.

> I may be too slow to use E-E

You're not...don't worry about it...you're making too much of my ping.

> minimally I try to never post on a Thursday or Friday again!

Post whenever you have an issue...evening...weekend...Friday...holiday...whenever!

> I noticed you have some URLs in your answers

Do you mean my comments in this thread or in my articles?

> either of you know if there are current video instructions

I do not know of any. The video guidelines are here (but there are no video instructions):
https://www.experts-exchange.com/videos/videoGuidelines.jsp

> how do I get to where you want me to go?

Generally, it's by clicking links that are provided in comments, such as the link above.

> I guess I should take a class how how to use EE, if there is one?

Not that I know of. Regards, Joe

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