What do I need to do if clip Online pictures is greyed out in Outlook
By default there is a clip art library in Microsoft Office, and you can find out and insert the clip arts in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and more. Here will show you how to insert clip arts in a composing email message in Microsoft Outlook easily.
Step 1: Create a new email message:
Step 2: Put the cursor at the position where you will insert clip arts.
Step 3: Click the Clip Art button in the Illustrations group on the Insert tab.
Step 4: Then the Clip Art pane comes out on the right side in Outlook. Please Type keywords or phrases in the Search for: box, and click Go button.
Step 5: It’s optional to get excise searching results with selecting one of results in the Results should be: box.
There are four kinds of clip art results arranged. And you can check one or more options depending on your needs.
Step 6: In the Clip Art pane, once you click a clip art, the clip art will be added to the email message automatically at the position where you put cursor in the Step 2.
There is no Clip Art button in the Microsoft Outlook 2013. In Microsoft Outlook 2013, the Online Pictures button takes the place of the Clip Art button, which enables you finding and inserting pictures from a variety of online sources.
Step 1: In the Message window of Outlook 2013, please click the Online Pictures button in the Illustrations group on the Insert tab.
Step 2: Then an Insert Pictures dialog pops up, type keywords you want to search in the Office.com Clip Art box, and then press the Enter key.
Step 3: After finish searching the Clip Arts, select your favorite one and then click Insert button.