Blogging with Microsoft Word 2010

April 7, 2011 at 11:11 am 1 comment


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Have you thought about starting a blog, but have hesitated because the thought of it seems a bit intimidating and confusing. That was me, and it wasn’t until I started a new job that I decided to jump in feet first and figure out how to write a blog that highlighted my expertise and tied into the offerings of the company I work for – Trillium Teamologies (www.trilliumteam.com). It was actually quite easy to start a blog, and Microsoft Word 2010 makes posting extremely simple.

Here are the basic steps for starting your own blog:

  1. There are many free blogging services available. Start a blog at WordPress.com
    If you want to host your own blog, it takes a little longer, but most of that time is spent waiting for domain names to be ready.
  2. Once you have your blog set up, open Microsoft Word
  3. Click on File > New > Blog post > enter your account information form the blog you just set up (you’ll only have to do this once)

You are now all set to start posting to your blog…

To post in your blog, follow these simple directions:

  1. Open Microsoft Word
  2. File > New > Blog Post
  3. Type your information
  4. Click on either Publish or Publish as Draft – this sends the blog you just wrote to your blog site
    It’s that simple!

*Tip – if you click on Home Page in the title bar, you can get a view of your blog.

Here is a great article on getting more from your blog: http://www.ducttapemarketing.com/blog/2009/09/11/5-tips-for-getting-more-from-your-blog/

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