How to find Copyright-free images for Office documents?
Bing’s Image search is your best option for finding and inserting images inside of an Office file. Sure, Bing may not be your search engine of choice but it’s actually rather good, especially at finding photos and other types of art to use.
After you type in a search term and pressing Enter you’ll notice a message about copyright files.
Also, when using Google search you’ll see different sub categories with previews of other image groups. You can check any of those and see if something tickles your fancy.
Yet again you have the ability to make sure you’re not violating copyright law by restricting the search to free-to-use images. Click Search Tools and Usage Rights. There are five different types of options that vary by how you intend to use the image. Select the one appropriate for your particular case. “Labeled for reuse” means you can use it for business or commercial works, or anything else you have in mind. “Noncommercial reuse” means you can’t use the image in a work that will be sold or shown to the public in a way that will make you money.