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How can I create a paper document that looks like this?

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How can I create a paper document that looks like this?

https://paper.dropbox.com/published/Alex-Hi-Im-Alex-designer--Aokw84D5o3rV0x1jO0km2n46Bg-08FhNNjmiIa...

Only "copy link" appears.

The ones I share come out with the dropbox logo and the message "register or login"

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Re: How can I create a paper document that looks like this?

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Hello @heliodorob - welcome to our Community and thanks for using Dropbox!

Our team is currently in the process of experimenting with new features in order to build the best Paper experience for all our users and while we try to ensure a consistent experience for you and the people you work with, you may sometimes see features slightly differently from others. 

We’re constantly looking for ways to improve Paper, and your feedback really helps us in doing so.

Thanks for taking the time to share your interest in this!

PS: You can use Showcase in the meantime for similar results.



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Re: How can I create a paper document that looks like this?

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Hey @heliodorob

You can try templetizing your Paper Doc. This will create a copy of it and you can then delete and add information in the copy. 

Steps

  1. Click Create new doc, or open a doc you want to templatize.
  2. In your doc, click the “ (ellipsis) icon.
  3. Click Templatize.
  4. A template is generated from your doc. You'll see an option to Archive or Keep the original.

Let us know if this feature helped you accomplish what you wanted. 

Have a nice weekend! 


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