is it hard or easy?
Once you know a few things about code, it's not hard, but until you memorize that, it's a little like deciphering your Little Annie Secret Decoder ring.
I can use their software to make a page off templates that they provide.
That'll make a pretty vanilla webpage where you substitute their text and images for theirs.
I know I'm out of my element, but I should be able to figure this crap out along the way.
My work gave me a copy of Dreamweaver, some server space, and told me to get it done. It took me about a month to figure it out. Dreamweaver is Adobe, like Photoshop, and none of their stuff is intuitive, but you'd be surprised what you can find with a Google search.
So just copy the text and upload with filezila?
call CService and get them to allow for my content and not just their template.
Filezilla is kind of like UPS - it delivers the content to the server. GoDaddy should have given you a url for your server location, username, and password. That info is entered into Filezilla and you then use the program to put files on the server or take them off.
A program like Dreamweaver gives you a split screen, where you can see your html code and the way the page looks all on one screen. It also has its own ftp client built in. Once you learn a few simple coding techniques, though, I bet one of the freeware editors off c-net would work.
If all you want to do is replace text and images, that shouldn't be too hard and you can literally do that with Word. So long as it's not porn (copy of Dreamweaver and computer are owned by employer) and not completely time consuming, I can help you make the edits.