Blog posting-Blogger -- How to post graphs, tables in it

@ravisivan (14055)
India
July 25, 2011 8:02am CST
I am coming to mylot with a real issue. I have my blog: www.ravisivan.blogspot.com It is in Blogger. Anybody can access it, take copies from it. I am having it for the last over three years. Today I wanted to post a blog on data interpretation consisting of tables, graphs etc. But it was not coming alright. Then I checked up my earlier postings -- to my disappointment I found all the places where graphs have to be there were blank. Please see my blog if possible -- and then suggest what are the setting I should incorporate so that I can post tables, graphs etc. I am on global settings -Old editor (middle item). please suggest changes/advice for which I will be highly thankful.
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5 responses
@garson (886)
• United States
8 Aug 11
I took a look at your blog. You chose a nice looking template and you have been posting a lot for more than two years. I can offer you some suggestions: - Put some images and videos: Your blog needs some spark - it looks bland with a bunch of text. - Utilize bold, italicized, underline letters: If you want to have visitors to your blog, you want to grab their attention. Make emphasis, stress an idea or point, and underline things that are important. Bulleted points or a,b,c (s) or dashes are not enough. - Polish and rearrange posts: Your posts on sample tests/exams are so tightly packed together. No spaces - it seems like you copy and paste them (I could be wrong). I hope others can give more constructive feedback and criticism.
@ravisivan (14055)
• India
10 Aug 11
garson - ur suggestions are nice. My blog has to be quite lengthy because the subject is like that. I have posted a lot of objective questions. They are collected by me over a length of time - I type out important questions from various sources-- I write myself a few topics. u are right videos to be put. bulleting to be done wherever possible. Yes. In the matter of current affairs - I take from newspapers and post them briefly. I do mention source wherver possible. thanks for ur comments/
@danitykane (3192)
• Philippines
27 Jul 11
hi there, You might also try to make graphs or tables from word or paint and just make a print screen of it and resize it to fit your blog. It was same as adding some pictures on your blogspot. I think that is the easiest way. Happy Lotting!
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@ravisivan (14055)
• India
1 Aug 11
I took a print out, scanned that and then posted it. thanks for ur suggestion.
@CTHanum (8254)
• Malaysia
26 Jul 11
Have it in picture format like JPEG or GIF. That is the only way I could think. You know what? I am more excited to comment the exam questions more.Wow!! What an unexpected question!! They really need people who highly have more general knowledge!(^^)
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@ravisivan (14055)
• India
26 Jul 11
yes. I am asking my relatives to help me in making it in jpeg or gif form. thanks for suggestions.
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@sswallace21 (1824)
• United States
26 Jul 11
I have my own blogs but, I'm no expert. So I don't have any suggestions. I remember you telling us about the bank exam. It amazing the a lot of the questions have nothing to do with banking. Interesting test. I probably would flunk that test. Nice start to your blog though. Best Wishes!
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@ravisivan (14055)
• India
26 Jul 11
I know. normally in blogs we do not have graphs and all. I wasn't aware all these years that the tables, graphs are not coming correctly. users have not told me. yesterday only i could realise while posting a new one. thanks
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• United States
25 Jul 11
Hi ravisivan, Your blog looks nice. I suggest that you turn your graphs into jpeg format and then place them in your posts like pictures. I suppose you cannot do it without using the PRTSC button from your computer keyboard. Once you press it while leaving the graph window open you will get it as a picture that you can paste on your Paint canvas. On bringing it to that spot, you can change its size to fit your blog posts. You can also cut it out. The options are many. Do remember to save it in jpeg format though.
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@ravisivan (14055)
• India
26 Jul 11
thanks for the suggestion. I am in the process of collecting inform to get it done. i find it little odd. thanks
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