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I'm using MS Powerpoint 2010 and I need to get images from Microsoft only.  Meaning I can't go to google and randomly get images from google or 3rd parties.  What's the proper procedure to get this images from MS only?  There was a way under Office 2007/2003 that allowed to do this from within Powerpoint.
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Just note those instrux are not for v. 2010 they are for the new 2013

How did you do it in 2003 / 2007??
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When you go to Insert - Clip Art, the clip art panel to the right allows you to search for clip art.  There's a checkbox to include Microsoft.com content.  Is this not what you need?
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