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Office 2013 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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Adding Online Images to Slides

Office.com provides an extremely large library of Clip Art and stock photo possibilities. Clip Art can be a little too cutesy at times, but it can also add visual interest to slides if used judiciously and can (at the right time) even add a little humor to your presentation. The Office.com image library consists of photos in the JPEG format (.jpg), illustrations and cartoons in the Windows Media File format (.wmf), and animated GIFs in the GIF format (.gif).

When you open the Insert Picture window, the Office.com image library is not the only possible source of online images. You can also use Bing to do an image search (by keyword) on the Web. Other possibilities include images stored on your SkyDrive and images ...

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