Today, Microsoft has gone the extra step to boost its PowerPoint software with the addition of Shutterstock support. As of May 17, 2016, Office 365 customers will now be able to tap into over 80 million professional photos and illustrations provided by Shutterstock, royalty free.
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As the Office Store list, the new addition works straight from within the application itself and allows customers to preview images in slides for free while also enabling purchases through existing or new Shutterstock accounts.
Other Shutterstock PowerPoint add-in includes:
Choose from a range of image sizes to use and the images will be added directly to your slide. And the best part – the first 25,000 people to install the Shutterstock add-in get their first image free!
You’re sure to find the high-quality images you need through a global community of 100,000+ artists, adding hundreds of thousands of new images to Shutterstock each week.
The Shutterstock add-in works with PowerPoint 2013, PowerPoint 2016, and O365.
- Get a free image if you are one of the first 25,000 people to install the plug-in!
- Search the Shutterstock image library
- Browse curated collections
- Try the images before you buy
- Select from multiple image sizes
- Access your own Shutterstock account within PowerPoint – or sign up for one
The Shutterstock add-in should be rolling out to customers now and includes support for PowerPoint 2013 Service Pack 1 and later versions as well as PowerPoint Online. Visit the Office Store to download and install the latest add-in today.Further reading: Microsoft, Office 365, Office Add-ins, PowerPoint, productivity