Small but useful thing. In Windows Live Writer, I discovered Paste Special Options. Three options: Try copying from Word.
Depending upon the contents of the clipboard, the options change. Notice them and use them. I also noticed a bug. If Undo is pressed after a Paste operation, WLW does NOT Undo the paste operation. Undo only affects the actions done BEFORE the paste operation. Be careful. You may miss the unintended UNDO impact.
The simple answer is – write on paper, scan it and post it. But I am not talking about that…
Recently I wrote an article using my handwriting using OneNote. Many of the readers liked it. They wanted to know how I did it.. so here are the steps.
The handwritten blog article: Prevent inadvertent changes in documents: Mark as Final
It involves – OneNote, Surface Pro, Snagit, SketchBook Pro and Windows Live Writer.
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Windows Live Writer is a great blog authoring tool but if you want sophisticated table layout and design, you must go to MS Word. But Word is not as good as WLW as a blog writer. Here is how you get best of both worlds…
Continue reading Windows Live Writer and MS Word – Best of Both Worlds