Hereâ€™s a tip for all you Mac users that have your own blog access, whether it be as a writer for MyMac.com or some other ezine or web hosted service; particularly if it accepts html in the body of the blog.
Open AppleWorks, start a new document. Type it the way you want; adding style as you think best; create the live links as needed with either the link button in the main toolbar or from the Format–>Create Link–>Internet menu action. Check your spelling when done. Save your document to be safe. Then â€˜Save Asâ€™ and change the output to html in the File Format popup button. I save mine to the desktop, usually, since once Iâ€™m done, itâ€™s trashed.
Now find that document, (mine is called â€˜blog.htmlâ€™; clever, arenâ€™t I?), and drag it to your AppleWorks icon or however you choose to open the sucker in AW, and youâ€™ll see the html code you created. Select the portion BETWEEN the <BODY> and </BODY>; it probably starts with a <P> and ends with a </P>, copy that to the clipboard, and paste it into the blog form window in your browser to submit/update your blog. Submit and you should see the output in your browser similar to what you created in the original AppleWorks document.