First, open Word 2007 then click New Document. Choose New blog post as a template:
On first use, it will ask you to setup your blog account. Enter the following information:Blog Post URL (i.e. this should be your own blog account’s URL, for example www.wordpress.com or www.blogger.com), user name and password. Check the remember password if you want this to be saved for your future blog posts. If you have many blog accounts, you can add more later.
If you entered the right information above, you should see the blog post editor like the one below:
After you are done with your blog post, you can post it to the host by clicking the publish buttons on the blog post menu:
You can choose from two options:
- Publish – this will publish your post straight for public viewing
- Publish as Draft – use this if you need to have it edited before publishing
To edit an existing blog, click Open Existing:
It would query all of your posted blogs from your provider:
You can choose from any of your posted blogs then click OK to open that post for editing. You will only be able to see posts under your account.
Click New then enter the blog provider:
Then enter the user credentials:
If you entered the right credentials, you should be able to post new blog posts and pull up an existing post.
I hope this post about Word 2007 helps you with your blogging. It is good to know that you can use a very familiar tool like Word for blog editing.