## 环境 Environment

Windows 7/10
Office 2013/2016（包含：Word 2013，Excel 2013，PPT 2013，Word 2016，Excel 2016，PPT 2016）

## 解决 Resolved

### 中文

Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\根据 Office 版本确定\Common\Internet\

#### Office 版本：

Office 2013 = 15.0
Office 2016 = 16.0

### English

Do not allow user to access Office resources on the Internet.
From Registry Editor, browse to:
Example Office 2016:

Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Common\Internet\

Modify the value of UseOnlineContent to 0.

#### Office Version：

Office 2013 = 15.0
Office 2016 = 16.0

### 解决过程

EliezerChicago 在 2017 年回复了一个链接（请查看文章末尾"参考"），此链接的文章讲述的是"Office 2016 中的身份，身份验证和授权"，看上去跟此问题没什么关系，但是当我往下继续看时，发现其中有个"Use a registry setting to prevent a user from connecting to Office 2016 resources on the Internet（使用注册表防止用户连接到 Internet 上的 Office 2016 资源）"，感觉上这就是解决此问题的根本，尝试后发现，确实是！
EliezerChicago 能从这么多数据中找到这个看似不起眼，不相关的文章，实在是了不起。

## 相似问题

### JonGage 的问题

JonGage 在 2015 年就遇到类似的问题，但是触发的方式是：使用"更改图片"功能来替换已插入的图片。

### 原文

On the "Change Picture" command, is there a way to disable the option to use Bing Image Search?
When selecting an image and then right clicking to get the Change Picture command, an interim window pops up to give the user an option to first work offline (until an internet connection is established, apparently), and then it switches to the choice of "From a File" or "Bing Image Search".

Is there a way to disable this process and just have it open a window to the most recent folder? The extra steps and momentary pauses add up to considerable annoyance when working with a document that has lots of images that need to be changed (e.g. a technical report template).

### Zach Bjornson 的问题

Zach Bjornson 2016 年遇到了与 JonGage 同样的问题，当然也有不少类似的人也有同样的问题。

#### 原文地址

https://word.uservoice.com/forums/304924-word-for-windows-desktop-application/suggestions/12508737-disable-online-pictures-for-change-picture-comma

#### 原文

Disable online pictures for "Change picture" command
If you right click on an image and select "Change picture," you get a dialog that takes a few seconds to load and that then lets you click "from a file," "Bing image search," "OneDrive," etc. I only ever want to use "from a file," and I would like the option to always use this and bypass the dialogue. (Either a user setting or a second context menu item maybe.)

### CraigBond 的问题

CraigBond 在 JonGage 的问题的基础上又提出了一个小问题，保存文件时总会先弹出提示是否保存到 OneDrive 的类似界面。 如果没有 CraigBond 提出这个问题，我似乎都还没有想起来 Office 有这个改动...这样就又顺便解决了一个 Microsoft Office 的"智障"问题。感谢 CraigBond。

#### 原文

Possible to turn off OneDrive and Bing in Word (Office 365)?
OneDrive and Bing are completely hijacking Word... Any time there is a minor blip in the Internet, even a simple save or selecting "Change picture..." turns into a popup box saying no Internet connection... I DON'T WANT OR NEED AN INTERNET CONNECTION FOR THIS!!! Why would I want to search Bing for an image while in Word??? Why can't I make my local storage the default for saving files and not OneDrive? I already use Dropbox, Box and Google Drive thanks. I don't want or need OneDrive and all this forced functionality is doing is slowing down my progress in Word and causing a severe annoyance.