It is possible to insert images directly through the available
Image library from the Templafy add-in into: Word, PPT and Outlook.
This article will explain what the expected behaviour is, when inserting images from the Templafy VSTO add-in into Word, PPT and Outlook.
Word & Powerpoint
The functionality of inserting images from the VSTO add-in into Word and Powerpoint works the same way. In Word and Powerpoint, inserting an image to replace a current image provides image options such as resize and crop.
This means, that if images are uploaded in larger sizes, Templafy will make sure these are optimized for Office use, if inserted via the Templafy image library in-Office. Images will be compressed to avoid documents and presentations ending up being too large, while maintaining the quality.
Image library is available for Word and Powerpoint in both PC, Office for Mac and office online.
The image insertion functionality works a little different for Outlook.
Inserting an image from the Outlook add-in to replace a current image, doesn't allow the same image options (resize and crop) as described for Powerpoint and Word. Instead, the image will get stretched to fit the previous image placeholder, which means images inserted from Templafy add-in will be distorted.
You can read more about Templafy in Outlook in the article: How to use Templafy in Outlook
Image library is only available for Outlook on PC.