When you’re working on building a presentation in PowerPoint you’re going to want some really great looking images that are right at your fingertips right? Instead of bouncing back and forth between multiple browser tabs and your slides, wouldn’t it be nice if everything you need was right there in PowerPoint?
Well, you’re in luck! Here are three super useful add-ins that will let you find and add images to your slides without ever leaving the comfort of PowerPoint.
Three PowerPoint Add-ins for Finding Great Images
I really like how they curate images. For example, check out the “Space for Text” collection. These images give you suitable space to overlay your own custom text.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for with either of the first two options and you’re a Shutterstock user like me, you’ll definitely want to grab the Shutterstock PowerPoint plug-in. (available for Mac & PC) While the plug-in is free, you’ll need to purchase the images. You can use the “Try Image” option to add free watermarked images if you’re working on a mockup or aren’t sure if you’ve got the perfect image yet.
Bonus: Office Insiders Get an Icon Library
As if that isn’t enough, Microsoft recently added a really nice library of 500 editable icons. (And as part of that same update, you can now use .SVG images in PowerPoint too!) If you’d like to get access to early release features like this in Office, just join the Office Insiders program.
Are you already using any of these or other PowerPoint plug-ins? What are your favorite image and icon resources?
Looking for even more add-ins and resources for your slides? Be sure to bookmark my big and ever growing collection of PowerPoint resources curated on Zeef.