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Open Office allows formatting, links, using sun weblog publisher.

Try inserting jpg, png, gif, bmp, video, outline, etc.. “




JPG image
. Tabs photo jpg

cant see images all the time, no png files but can see jpg

can change rtf to html with unrtf
Downloading UnRTF

Open Office allows formatting, links, using sun weblog publisher.

Try inserting jpg, png, gif, bmp, video, outline, etc.. “




JPG image
. Tabs photo jpg

cant see images all the time, no png files but can see jpg

can change rtf to html with unrtf
Downloading UnRTF

Open Office allows formatting, links, using sun weblog publisher.

Try inserting jpg, png, gif, bmp, video, outline, etc.. “




JPG image
. Tabs photo jpg

cant see images all the time, no png files but can see jpg

can change rtf to html with unrtf
Downloading UnRTF

wordpad is not enough; no hyperlinks.

In Wordpad you can use an alternative. Right click on the desktop and create a new Shortcut. Use the URL for the command line. Name the Shortcut. Drag it into the Wordpad Document. It will function as any other Internet Shortcut. “


this is too complicated
.

cant see images all the time, no png files but can see jpg

can change rtf to html with unrtf
Downloading UnRTF

ways of working part 2

if I use Jarte , I have to get the rtf up to the blog… research.

how do I get it up to the blog?

can change rtf to html with unrtf

Downloading UnRTF

try pasting directly….

OR:

If I use xmlnotepad , I could theoretically open the xml file and then post it to my blog with deepest sender.

stop here.

OR: find a good client

Windows live writer won’t save the post as rtf or anything else, just draft.

more…

use rtf because word wrap is easiest to deal with ; html won’t wrap unless you make a box or table. xml follows html. In an xml editor word wrap either doesn’t exist or doesn’t help because all the tags are visible.

so use jarte or abiword

search : rtf word processor

use abiword because saves in html? xml?

if I paste from Jarte, no styles or links appear; plain text only.

cant paste from jarte to deepest sender plain only

pastes into wordpad OK

search for upload/ insert rtf etc

search for copy paste rtf etc

does xml paste into html box?

<!– @page { margin: 0.79in } P { margin-bottom: 0.08in } A:link { so-language: zxx } –>

post by dragging the text from open office to the open “add new post” visual editing box (not html)

ways of working part 2

if I use Jarte, I have to get the rtf up to the blog… research.

how do I get it up to the blog?

can change rtf to html with unrtf

Downloading UnRTF

try pasting directly….

OR:

If I use xmlnotepad, I could theoretically open the xml file and then post it to my blog with deepest sender.

stop here.

OR: find a good client

Windows live writer won’t save the post as rtf or anything else, just draft.

more…

use rtf because word wrap is easiest to deal with; html won’t wrap unless you make a box or table. xml follows html. In an xml editor word wrap either doesn’t exist or doesn’t help because all the tags are visible.

so use jarte or abiword

search: rtf word processor

use abiword because saves in html? xml?

if I paste from Jarte, no styles or links appear; plain text only.

cant paste from jarte to deepest sender plain only

pastes into wordpad OK

search for upload/ insert rtf etc

search for copy paste rtf etc

does xml paste into html box?

wordpad is not enough; no hyperlinks.

In Wordpad you can use an alternative. Right click on the desktop and create a new Shortcut. Use the URL for the command line. Name the Shortcut. Drag it into the Wordpad Document. It will function as any other Internet Shortcut. ”


this is too complicated
.

cant see images all the time, no png files but can see jpg

can change rtf to html with unrtf
Downloading UnRTF

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