Learning to Use Live Writer – Step by Step
Windows Live Writer is the unchallenged leader in blog preparation applications. It is an easy to use – WYSIWYG, what you see is what you get – editor that functions just like a regular word processor, but at the same time takes care of the details of blogging.
This site aims to help newcomers to blogging and to Windows Live Writer to get started, and provides tips, techniques, and information of use and interest to more advanced bloggers.
This is a blog, after all, so the posts are not in any particular order. What is more, as time goes on some information in older posts will become outdated, and even incorrect.
This page lists information and posts in an orderly fashion as a new blogger would need.
Please note: This page is under construction – it will change frequently. At the present there is but a skeleton outline, in time this will be filled in. If you have any questions or comments please use the form on the About page.
A fine tutorial series is offered by Technogran over at Technogran’s Tittle Tattle. This is very well done. Find links to the tutorials in this post: Live Writer Tutorial Series.
A new blogger first needs to set up a blog, install Live Writer and connect it to the blog. These steps are covered in these posts:
Inserting Pictures and Other Elements
Hyperlinks in your Posts
Bringing in Photos from other Sites
Publishing your Posts
Getting the word out
Putting your best foot – post – forward
Your Blog as a website