Colleen’s Word Wisdom

My friend Coleen Cheesbro loves to experiment in blogging just like I do. I haven’t used Word to compose my blog posts. Have you tried it? If you haven’t, but love Word, Colleen explains how you can link Word to your blog post. She continues and explains how to use the new editor for WordPress, which I’ve never liked very well. She says it saves her time. Check it out.

Have you tried it? If you haven’t, but love Word, Colleen explains how you can link Microsoft Word to your blog post. She continues and explains how to use the new editor for Word Press, which I’ve never liked very well. She says it saves her time. Check it out.

She says it saves her time. One of her readers said it saved time making revisions. That would help me. Check it out.

Not composing in WordPress pushes me out of my comfort zone. Check it out.

Check it out.

Cool words of wisdom, thanks, Colleen.

Colleen's Word Wisdom

How to Use the New WordPress Editor & Microsoft Word Template for

Blog Posts

by Colleen Chesebro

Trying new things can be fun. I’ve written these instructions to help my fellow bloggers with instructions on how to use the blog post feature in Microsoft Word and how to use the new WordPress Editor. First, here are my instructions for using the blog post template in Microsoft Word and importing into

First, here are my instructions for using the blog post template in Microsoft Word and importing into WordPress: I use Microsoft Office 2016. Within the program, there is a blog post option. It’s not hard to set up. On the menu bar, go to the manage accounts tab. Click on new.

Then a menu comes up saying new blog account. Click on the menu and choose your blog provider.

Another menu will come up after that asking for your blog address. It shows an HTTP address which you will need to change to the HTTPS (add the s or it won’t work) address of your blog. Enter your WordPress account login name and your password. Click remember the password and hit OK. Pull up a new blog post document from the file/new option. Type your document and click the Publish button on the menu tab when you are finished. I always do ‘publish as a draft.’ This will send the blog post to your WordPress blog post queue. It will show up on the right-hand corner of the Write tab (of your WP post) with a number “one” saying you have an imported post. Click the tab, and your post will import into your WordPress post template.

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Source: How to Use the New WordPress Editor & Microsoft Word Template for Blog Posts