Where to post How-To documents?

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After reviewing several YouTube videos and documents posted by popular photographers on their web sites for Focus Stacking (Lightroom-Photoshop), all of which were confusing / contained errors / were unnecessarily complex, I produced a much simpler document that is still correct as of 2020-03-29. Where can I post this so that others can benefit and which format should I use: .docx or .pdf? 

My plan is to produce one for noise reduction stacking as well. 
 
Unfortunately these forums don't seem to support attaching documents (yes, I understand the security issues though those same issues exist for jpegs). 
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Bill

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Posted 3 months ago

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This forum wasn't designed as a How-To document repository. You are best served to stick to simple text in a forum post augmented with the necessary images and diagrams. The other option, if using a docx or a pdf is a must, is to host the document in one of your file sharing services and then put a link into a forum post for people to follow. 
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Bill

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Thanks for the suggestions. 
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I don't know which resources you are referring to but there are all kind of great videos and documents posted by photographers concerning focus stacking.   
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Bill

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Every one that I viewed, at least a dozen, was either not current with the latest interface changes to Photoshop or had unnecessary extra steps. Probably not a problem for experienced Photoshop users.