Office 2013 (e.g., PowerPoint) allows us to
Online Pictures that we can find using
Bing Image Search. By default, the images found using this are under Creative Commons licence. Excellent way to make sure we're re-using images ethically.
Edit Here's an image of what the insert process looks like. You can see that PowerPoint even shows the URL of the image you're about to insert (look below the yellow part stating it's creative commons):
However, it seems that Microsoft only goes half way. When you insert the image, there is no record of where it came from. Wouldn't the best thing to do be something like make a hyperlink to the original image or a small caption below the image stating the license? I'm looking for a "trace" in the Image properties, but can't find it anywhere.
Is there a way to automate the citation of images found this way in Office 2013?
I'll point out that when you copy/paste text from the Kindle software, the "pasted" text contains the citation of the source (appended at the end).
"Sometimes the top-down approach is so abstract that it's hard to get started." McConnell, Steve (2009-11-30). Code Complete (Kindle Locations 4538-4539). OReilly Media - A. Kindle Edition.
I'm dumbfounded as to why more programs don't do this in 2013...
Here's a tutorial on Youtube that shows how to cite an image properly (manually). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syt24LJvzlY