I want to insert some mechanical diagrams in my blogpost,which software is useful for this kind of work?
Usually i preapered my blog post in MS Word and copy/paste in my blog to go it live on internet.In this situation please help me to insert diagrams in blog post.
Make the diagram in whatever software you choose, or scan a drawing.
EDIT: for example, Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Powerpoint, MS Word itself, Excel, the image editor that comes with Windows ... anything, really.
Then save it as a jpeg.
You can insert images into a blog post using the buttons above the box where you paste the text.
Put the cursor where you want the image, press the "add media" button that looks like an image, browse to where you saved the jpeg, and hit the "upload" button.
If you have the diagrams in Word already, then you can just save the whole file as HTML and paste the result into the blog.
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