Microsoft Sway Gets Bing Image Search Feature Added

Betting that a picture is indeed worth a thousand words, Microsoft has updated its Office Sway software with a feature that makes it easier to find images and incorporate them into mobile-friendly interactive presentations. Office Sway represents a break from tradition for Microsoft. Instead of slide-based tools like PowerPoint, Sway enables users to create shareable online presentations that scale from the tight confines of a smartphone screen all the way up to a large PC display. Continue reading this story here on eWeek.com

Adding visuals to Microsoft's interactive presentations gets a little easier with new Bing Image Search support.

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