Sending a document as a blog post in Microsoft Office 2019

This option allows you to publish (send) content to the internet oran intranet site. You must have a blog account with one of the followingservice examples: SharePoint Blog, WordPress, Blogger, Windows LiveSpaces, Community Server, or Typepad.

If this is the first time you are using the Blog feature from Microsoft Word, you willneed to register your blog account (you may have more than one blogaccount at any one time), as follows:

  1. Open a document to save as a blog post.
  2. Click on File | Share | Postto Blog.
  3. Notice the change on the ribbon once you have clickedon Post to Blog.
  4. A Blog Post tab is now visiblewith the required icons, and the document view has changed automaticallyto the Web Layout view.
  5. If this is the first time you are blogging using Word, then you needto register your blog account. If you do not have a blog account, thenvisit the provider to set one up (for instance, visit http://wordpress.com tostart a free blog).
  6. Click on the New icon withinthe BlogAccounts dialog box.
  7. Select the blog-type provider from the list provided underthe New BlogAccount dialog box, as illustrated in thefollowing screenshot:
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  1. In this case, we will select WordPress.
  2. Click on Next to continue.
  3. Add the blog address in the space provided.
  1. Enter your username and password to log in to your WordPress blogaccount, as illustrated in the followingscreenshot:
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  1. Click on OK to connect to yourblog.
  2. Click on the Publish icon to send the blogpost to the blog provider, as illustrated in the followingscreenshot:
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  1. The blog post is then sent to the WordPress site, asillustrated in the following screenshot:
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Now that you have learned how to publish a Word document to ablog post, you will be able to efficiently and regularly send contentfrom within Word 2019 directly to your website to attract an audienceinteraction.

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