Features Monday, December 08, 2014 - 05:30
The News Minute | December 2, 2014 | 11.09 am IST Innovations in technology result in the end old features and so is the case with the Clip Art feature which has been discontinued by Microsoft Office since Monday, according to a report on Slate. The report says that Microsoft has decided to integrate the Bing image search in place of the Clip Art Library. This integration will allow regular Office users to easily insert photos and images with creative commons license in their documents and presentations. This move by Microsoft was made on account of the decline in the usage of Office’s image Library as customers rely more on image search options on search engines. The Clip Art feature on Microsoft Office was extensively used during 90’s when the internet was run with 56k modem.