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How to use Bing images within Office and Edge on Windows 10 PC.
How do I use Bing images in Microsoft Office and Microsoft Edge?
Using Bing within these apps is pretty much foolproof — here's how to get started using Bing Images within Office and Edge.
How to insert a Bing image into a Microsoft Office document
Adding images to your Office document is a great way to jazz things up. It could keep co-workers from falling asleep during PowerPoint presentations and will break up walls of text in Word documents.
In these steps we'll show you how to insert a Bing image in Word, but the process is the same for all Office apps. Here's how to do it:
The image you chose with Bing will now be inserted into your Word document. You can use the dots on each corner of the image to resize, and the circled arrow at the top of the image can be used to rotate.
How to use Bing Lookup in Microsoft Edge
If you're cruising around the web using Microsoft Edge and you see an image you love, you can use Bing Lookup (labeled Ask Cortana is you have her enabled) to find out crucial information.
You'll also see images related to the image you used Bing Lookup for, as well as the same image in different sizes.
Still unimpressed? If the image you Bing is, say, a tasty-looking lasagne, you'll be shown links to lasagne recipes. If the image you Bing is a trendy pair of sneakers, expect to see a few links to where you can buy said sneakers. That's pretty damn cool.
Here's how to use Bing Lookup:
A pane will open on the right side of your Edge browser containing information about the image, links to web pages containing the image, and related images. You can navigate as you wish from this window pane.
You and Bing
Are you a fan of Bing Lookup/Ask Cortana? Do you use Bing images in all your Office documents? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!