Make your docs look bright on every page. In this video, learn how to insert an image into the header of a Google Doc.
- [Instructor] You can insert an image … into a header of your doc to give it some color, … make it look bright, or maybe you just want … your logo up there. … To do that, click your mouse inside the header … to activate it. … Then make sure the cursor is where you want … the image to go, and then from the top of the screen, … choose Insert, hover your mouse over Image, … and make a selection where you want … that image to come from. … It's the same choices that you get … when you're putting an image … in the regular portion of the doc. … For example, you can browse directly from your computer, … by URL, and more. … I'll choose Google Drive. … And here I can see my company logo, … so I'll double-click on that. … This is a bit big. … I'll select it and then drag inwards … from the blue squares on the top corner of the image. … I'll make it smaller and then let go. … Now just like before, I can change the properties … of how the text wraps around the image. … For example, I can break it, …
- Creating, naming, saving, and editing docs
- Formatting text
- Creating a table of contents
- Inserting images and tables
- Copying, renaming, and moving docs
- Publishing docs on the web
- Sharing docs
- Translating docs
- Using Google Docs on mobile devices
Skill Level Beginner
Google Drive Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton1h 21m Beginner
1. Get Started with Google Docs
2. Edit Google Docs
3. Work with Images
4. Create Tables, Columns, and Charts
5. Work with Google Docs
6. Collaborate on and Share Google Docs
7. Use Google Docs on a Mobile Device
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