Blogging from Word 2007

This has to be the coolest thing I’ve discovered from Microsoft this month. I can use word to create and publish. This really makes this much easier as I usually compose everything in word, even emails, then I copy and paste. It would be even cooler if I could do this directly in outlook (you can read RSS feeds but not post to them), then it would be like sending an email to a folder, for that matter why not have the ability to manage the entire thing from Outlook? Add, delete, read add users, etc.

Anyway, if you’re interested in learning how to do this directly from Word, click the link below or just read the bottom section of this post.

What’s the Score?

Level of Difficulty Low
Worth it? Yes!
Longevity Long
Cost Part of MS Office 2007

Help me fill out this section: WordPress

  1. In the New Blog Account dialog box, select WordPress in the list of blog providers, and then click Next.
  2. In the New WordPress Account dialog box, type your user name, password, and blog post URL.

    Your user name and password are the credentials that you use to log on to your blog account.

    Your blog post URL is the URL of your WordPress xmlrpc.php file, which is usually located in the root folder of your site. For example, if your site is, you type

    Note If you installed the xmlrpc.php file in a subfolder of your site, include the subfolder in the URL. In the previous example, if your copy of xmlrpc.php is stored in a subfolder called /utilities, you type