"Re-size images" in Google Docs document editor

Google added the “ability to “re-size images” right inside the document editor in new Google Docs. After you insert an image into a document, click on the image to bring up controls that let you scale the image’s size in any direction. Once you’re happy with the size, you can click the Fixed option to […]

Google added the “ability to “re-size images” right inside the document editor in new Google Docs. After you insert an image into a document, click on the image to bring up controls that let you scale the image’s size in any direction. Once you’re happy with the size, you can click the Fixed option to place the image at a fixed place, relative to your paragraph. When an image is fixed, any text you enter will flow around it. As mentioned previously, if you want to try out the new editor, visit the Editing tab in Google Docs settings. Check the box next to “New version of Google documents,” and all new and uploaded documents will be created in the new editor. For now, old documents will remain in the old editor. Let us know what you think in the forums,” explains Google.


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