It's easy to work with images within Google Docs. In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows users how to insert images and then work with them once they are in the document. She takes you through adjusting the color, resizing them, changing the text wrapping, cropping them, and swapping the image out entirely.
- [Instructor] Google Docs makes it easy to work with images…from within your document.…For a quick recap, to get an image into your doc,…click Insert from the top menu, choose Image,…and from here you have a few choices.…You can drag and drop an image right into the dotted lines…or you can click Choose an Image to Upload to choose…right from your computer.…You can also Take a Snapshot of an image.…You can add an image By URL if you know the web address…of where that image is.…
You can choose one from Your Albums in Google Photos.…You can add one directly from Google Drive.…And you can also search for one doing a Google Image Search.…I'm going to click Cancel for now because we have an image…already on the screen.…There's a few things that we can do with this image…now that it's here.…I'm going to click once to select it.…You'll notice right away we get some choices at the bottom.…These choices, In Line, Wrap Text, or Break Text…tell us what we can do with the image in relation…to the text that's on the document also.…
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