HOW TO ADD MICROSOFT WORD DOCUMENT FILES TO YOUR WEBSITE . . .
1. Login to your control panel by going to www.accountsupport.com or by clicking here
and enter your username and password. Contact us if you have forgotten your username and/or password
2. Next, click on the "file manager" icon - it looks like this:
3. You are now at the FileManager screen
4. In the left-hand column [marked "Manage Files & Directories", locate the small "root" folder - it looks like this: 
5. Under this "root directory" folder will be two other folders - one marked "public_html" and the other one marked "stats"
6. Double-click the "public_html" folder icon and the list of all your website folders and files will appear in column 2.
7. To add MS WORD document files, click the folder with the name of the directory in which you want to store them - [worddoc]. Note: If you need us to create your "worddoc" folder for you just let us know.
8. Now add the MS WORD document files by clicking on the "blue up arrow" icon in column 2 - it looks like this:  You will be prompted to "browse" to locate
the PDF files on your computer, cd or flash drive, etc.
9. Continue to "browse" for each MS WORD document file you wish to add. Once you are finished, click the "upload" button to send the MS WORD document files to the [worddoc] directory.
At this point, you have only uploaded the MS WORD document files. You now need to add the "HTML" code to make them appear on the web page/s of your choice.
Below is a screen shot of a webpage from your control panel. If you were to insert the code [colored in red below], the MS WORD document file that you named myfile.doc [or myfile.docx for newer version of MS Word] in the directory you created
named worddoc would show up on your page!
Note: Visitors to your website would not see the code in red. They would simply click on the words My File [shown in green on the screen shot below] to access the MS WORD document file.
<title>Title of Your Website</title>
<link href="style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
<!!--INSERT TEXT BELOW--!!>
<a href="pdf/myfile.doc">My File</a>