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'Include Office.com content' tick box not visible to users in Clipart (Office 2010)

Posted on 2010-09-10
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Hi,

Since upgrading to Office 2010, my users have not been able to get extended clipart in office apps from the web. Upon investigation it appears that they do not have the 'Include Office.com content' tick box in the Clip Art window which I do.

I have not explicitly set a group policy to hide this, so I am not sure why it is not appearing for them. Can anyone guide me?

Thanks!
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by:jc1305b
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This fix is for this issue in 2007.  Give it a try.
•      Click on the Office Button in Word  
•      Click on Word Options
•      Click on Trust Center, Then click Trust Center Settings
•      Click on  Trusted Locations.
•      Select the option “Word 2007 default location: Application Templates”  & click Modify
•      Verify the folder exists
•      Click OK
•      Click OK and restart Word.
•      When you go back into Insert ---> Clipart you will now see Web Collections under “Search In:”
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Hi,
Unfortunately this did not work, but I did find the following group policy that did:
User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Administrative Templates\Microsoft Office 2010\Tools | Options | General | Service Options…\Online Content
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