Windows Live Writer

Windows Live Writer makes it easier to compose compelling blog posts using Windows Live Spaces or your current blog service. Read more about Windows Live Writer
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Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: In this video, Mahalo expert Sean Hewitt gives an overview of the many features available in Windows Live Writer. Windows Live Writer - Overview --------------------------------------------------------------------- Windows Live Writer is part of the Windows Live Essentials Pack. So, if you have Windows 7, you can get it for free. Just download the Windows Essentials Pack. With Windows Live Writer you can create your blog offline and modify it in a few different manners that you wouldn't be able to do normally. To access Windows Live Writer, click on the Start Menu, then click on Windows Live Writer. You can also find it under Programs -- Windows Live -- Windows Live Writer. Once open, you can give your blog a title, a subtitle and add content. You can also modify your content by highlighting it and choosing any of the options you are given, such as changing the Font, Size, Bolding, Italicizing, Underlining, etc. You can easily add pictures by clicking Insert -- Picture, then choose From your computer or From the web. Choose which picture you would like, then click Open. You can modify the size and shape of pictures by clicking and dragging any one of the clickable sides or corners. You can also post your blog as a draft that won't become viewable to the public until you specify. Another added bonus of being able to modify your blog offline is the added control you are granted regarding what you post. At the bottom left-hand corner are View modes, which allow you to control how you wish to currently view your blog. One such option is the Preview option, which shows you a preview of what you are about to post. In this mode, you can see how your posts will look on your blog without actually having to upload them. Source will give you your source code, which is usually the HTML code that is embedded on your blog and is responsible for how your blog appears in an internet browser. If you know HTML, you can modify some lines at your discretion. Read more by visiting our page at: