Your doc needs some color and visual interest. Learn how to insert, resize, and crop an image in Google Docs.
- [Instructor] There's a few ways … that you can get an image into your Google Doc. … Start by putting the cursor where … you want the image to appear, … and on the top menu, choose insert. … Hover your mouse over image, … and you'll get a few choices. … The first choice is to … upload from your computer. … Depending on whether you have Windows or a Mac, … you can click these buttons … and browse through your file system, … and select a picture that you want to upload. … I'm going to click cancel on this. … You can also search the Web. … That is, do a Google image search, … for an image that you can … put into your Doc. … If we go all the way to the bottom, … if you have a webcam … attached to your computer or laptop, … you could take a picture directly from that. … You can also choose a URL, … if you know the exact Web location, … where that image is. … You can insert an image from Google Photos. … This is a great way … if your photos are syncing via your phone … and you took a picture with your smartphone. …
- 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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