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All of you might not read the PowerPoint blog, so I wanted to be sure to direct you over to this post from our Images content manager, Natalie K. Parks, that outlines some great new offerings from our partner Fotolio. So mosey on over and find out about the free videos you can get to use in PowerPoint 2010. Then let us know what you think.
-- Nancy Crowell
Nancy, I'm a new contractor who develops training materials. Anything I develop is the client's property and the training is used only by the client's employees; the client does not sell the training. My current client wants to use some images (always photos, never Clipart) from office.microsoft.com/.../images in the training materials that are developed in PowerPoint. They would like me to search for appropriate photos. Once I find them, can I download them for free and put them into the PowerPoint presentation without having to get permission to use or mentioning that they are from Microsoft? Or must the client do it herself? I saw section 17(ii) in the Microsoft Service Agreement ("grant your customers rights to further license or distribute the media elements") but wasn't sure what it meant or if it applied.
Also, are the images provided by the Top Providers considered the same as the Microsoft images? They all seem to be free and downloadable (no watermarks).
Thank you for your help.
@sunlover71 - all the info you need is in the Service Agreement, section 17. Sounds like your use fits the requirements, but I am not an attorney. The Service Agreement applies to our Top Provider images as well.