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Office 2013 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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Inserting Online Pictures

When working with previous versions of the Office application suite, the only images that were really considered “online” were images stored in Microsoft’s online clip art library (Office.com). Office 2013 still provides you access to royalty-free clip art and photos on Office.com, but it expands the definition of what we consider an online image and how we insert these images into the various documents we create with the Office applications.

So the online picture category still provides you with clip art and photos from Office.com. Other sources of online pictures (these are new to Office 12013) include the results of Bing image searches, files saved to your Flickr.com account, and image files stored on your SkyDrive. ...

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