I have been posting blogs from my MS Word 2007 since I discovered Word has this feature. Recently, I updated my Microsoft Office to its latest version - Microsoft Office 2013. I have then neglected to register my blog account due to busy schedule on my work (which I so loved). So just this afternoon, out of boredom this long holiday weekend gives, I attempted to blog again. I am reading a very good book and compelled to share this in my blog.
Attempting to register my blog to MS Word 2013 almost kill my patience. It keeps on prompting “Word cannot register your account.” & why the hell, right? I correctly typed my log-in details, I read the guide over and over again, I consulted forums both for Microsoft and Blogger but the registration is still rejected. So I browse again the web and stumble at this recommendation – Windows Live Writer.
It sure fits my standards and exceeds my expectations. It supports multiple blog accounts, has the features of your blog provider like categories and queue posts, it does not need to set-up picture provider and automatically uploads picture from your file or from web. You can also edit through source code and can preview posts with your blog lay-out. Also, you can opt to be always reminded to put on title and categories.
What happened earlier reminds me of the saying “Everything happens for a reason.”