Add Image to a Google Doc

Within a Google Document, go to TOOLS on the menu bar. Choose RESEARCH.

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A side bar, on the right, will appear.

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Remember to use ‘Free to use images’. Google allows you to search for these types of images.

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Type an image you are looking for in the Research Search Box. Drag the desired image to the document. Google automatically cites the image for you.

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2 thoughts on “Add Image to a Google Doc

  1. SueAnn Peete October 15, 2014 / 3:21 pm

    Question? When I “break text” the image…. and am able to move the image around on my document the “little number 1” stays where it’s at but the image moves. Can I get the “little number 1” to move with it? Also, if I delete and image, I must remember to delete the source at the bottom but difficult to again to delete the “little number 1”. Advice?

    • Admin October 16, 2014 / 1:51 am

      A quick work-around, that I have found, is to use the ‘text break’ to move the picture where I want. Then switch the image to ‘Wrap Text’, control-x the ‘little number 1’, then paste ‘the little number 1’ in the desired location. Hope this helps.

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