What do think about the end of Microsoft Clipart ? The end of an era!
Microsoft has just announced that Clip Art will be no more, here are the details. I will miss you, Clip Art. :-O
http://m.theatlantic.com/technology/arc … rt/383322/
Everyone claims Microsoft Clipart is so 90's. I use it often for finding symbol type art like checkmarks, finger pointing, etc. The newer microsoft office suites offer Bing image search as an option. However, the vast amount of image searching I do is with Google Image page. I would say that with all the other options available to users, the loss of Microsoft ClipArt is not a big deal.
True, chefmancave, there are lots of other options. I think it's just what people are used to.I actually remember years ago at work when they started offering clips online and some users really freaked out because they needed their offline clipart.
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