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Add bing to research options

bennywin8 asked on
Hi there everyone.

I currently have MS Office 2010 installed and at the school computers at school they have under the research/look up options Bing. Currently on my MS Office 2010 programs there is no such option or way to add this. I have tried the add service screen and have typed in "http://www.bing.com" but at has showed up that their is no such service. Can somebody please show me how to add bing to the research options!
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Srinivasu Guntimadugu replied on

Hi Benny,

 

Thank you for choosing Microsoft Office Community and thanks for providing us an opportunity to assist you. By the description, I understand that you do not see the Bing Search in the Word research option.

 

Let me help you with this. Follow the steps:
1. open Word 2010.
2. Go to File -> Click on Options.
3. Go to Trust Center -> Open Trust Center settings.
4. In the Privacy Options section -> Check Allow the Research task pane to check for and install new services.

 

Now you may add the service and get the Bing search bar in Word Research option. . If you need further assistance, reply and we will be happy to help you.

 

Thank You

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