Do you, or a club you belong to, create newsletters and distribute them in .pdf format? have you ever ever wished you’ll just put the .pdf document in a very blog post?

You’re in luck, it’s really quite easy if you employ Google Drive to store your .pdf files.

Here are the steps from the start.


With a .pdf file on your computer

Open an internet browser, head to Drive.Google.com and sign on along with your Google Account.

Click the New+ button within the upper left and choose Upload File

Locate the specified .pdf file on your computer and click on Open

Now that file is in your Google Drive, open it there. (see Private or Public? below)
You should now be seeing the entire .pdf file, you’ll be able to scroll thru as many pages because it has. Click the 3-dot menu within the upper right and choose “Open in new window”

Click the 3-dot menu from here and you must see an option for “Embed item” and duplicate the code from the box

Go to your blog or website and make certain you’re in edit mode and HTML view then paste the code and save your post.

When you view your blog, you must see the .pdf document in its own scrollable section called a frame. Here may be a sample I did in blogger.
Private or Public?
Google Drive could be a place to store your files. Anything you place there’ll be viewable only by you. Even after following all the instructions to embed the enter an online page, it’ll only be viewable by you. this could be handy if you wish it to be private.If you wish it to be viewable by the general public, there’s another step between steps 5 and 6 above. Select the file, click the link button at top right and switch link sharing on.

If you’ve been reluctant to stay a blog for disseminating news because you like creating documents and sharing pdf files, now you’ll be able to have the most effective of both worlds.

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