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  • learning how to work with images in Google docks can help take your projects to the next level.

  • To insert a picture, you can use the insert image option in the toolbar, or you could go to insert, then image.

  • For this first example, I already have the image that I want to use save to my computer, so I'm going to click upload from computer.

  • I'll select the picture that I want and click open.

  • His picture is way too big to resize an image.

  • Click on it to select it and then click and drag one of the sizing handles.

  • Use one of the handles in the corner to keep your image in proportion.

  • If you were to drag from a center handle like this, the image will squish.

  • Unfortunately, there's no way to reset the pictures dimensions, so instead, you'll need to click undo to make sure that the proportions are correct.

  • To move a picture, just click and drag, but you might notice that it isn't easy to place the image exactly where you want it.

  • That's because by default the image appears in line with the text.

  • You can change this by using the text wrapping options below the image.

  • The wrap text and break text options are generally much easier to use, and both allow you to place the image anywhere on the page.

  • The difference is that break text separates text above and below the image, while wrap text also allows text to go next to the image.

  • In this example, I'm going to use wrap text now.

  • I can easily click and drag to move the image anywhere on the page, and the text will automatically wrap around it as you drag the image center and margin guidelines appear to help you place the image with this text wrapping style.

  • You also have a couple of options below the image.

  • You can adjust the margin if you want more or less space between the image and the text, and you can choose whether or not you want the image to move with the text.

  • Let's look at what that means by default.

  • As you make edits to the document, the image moves with the text.

  • If you want the image to stay in place selected, click move with text and choose fixed position on page.

  • Now the image will stay in the same place.

  • No matter what edits you make to the text in a short document like this one, this setting might not be that important, but it can make a big difference in longer documents.

  • If you want.

  • Even Mawr control over an image you can right click on it and select image options.

  • A new pain opens that lets you edit your image in a bunch of different ways.

  • You can even re color and make adjustments to the brightness and contrast of your image, but these effects are not as good as they would be in a dedicated photo editor.

  • I'm actually happy with the color in my picture, but I would like to try moving it to the right side of the page there.

  • I think that looks pretty good.

  • Okay, now I want to add a second image towards the bottom of my document.

  • How Click insert image.

  • And this time I don't have a specific image in mind, so I'll click Search the Web.

  • You can use the search bar to search for whatever image you want.

  • The idea behind this tool is that you're free to use any of these images in your project.

  • but it's still a good idea to double check the copyright oven image before adding it to learn more about an image, hover over it and click the magnifying glass in the bottom right corner to actually add an image, click on it to select it and then click insert.

  • I want to find a way to make this picture shorter without making it any narrower, because I like how it spans the full width of the page.

  • To do this without distorting the image, I need to use the crop tool right.

  • Click on the image and choose crop image.

  • Now, when you drag in from the edges, the rest of the image is great out.

  • When you press enter on your keyboard, the great out portion is removed.

  • That looks great.

  • Working with images can be tricky, but with a little practice, you'll be able to create some great looking documents.

learning how to work with images in Google docks can help take your projects to the next level.

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Google Docs: Working With Images

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/03
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