Adding an image to a document can help to make your meaning clear, but you must make sure any images you add are relevant and enhance your writing. Here, we\u2019ll look at how to add and edit images in Google Docs.\r\nAdding and Deleting Images in Google Docs\r\nTo add an image to a document in Google Docs:\r\n\r\n\tSelect where you want to insert an image with the cursor.\r\n\tGo to Insert > Image on the toolbar.\r\n\tSelect the source you want to use and pick your photo.\r\n\tDepending on the source, click either Insert or Open.\r\n\r\n\r\nThis will add the image in the place selected.\r\nIn terms of the sources available, your options are:\r\n\r\n\tUpload from computer \u2013 Opens a browser window where you can select an image from your computer.\r\n\tSearch the web \u2013 Opens a sidebar in the document where you can search for an image using Google Images.\r\n\tDrive \u2013 Allows you to select an image from your Google Drive account.\r\n\tPhotos \u2013 Allows you to select an image from Google Photos.\r\n\tBy URL \u2013 Opens a pop-up where you can enter the URL for an image.\r\n\tCamera \u2013 Allows you to take a photo using the camera on your device or computer, which you can then add to the document.\r\n\r\nYou can also drag and drop or copy and paste an image into a document.\r\nTo delete an image in Google Docs, meanwhile, simply right click it and select Delete from the contextual menu.\r\nEditing Images in Google Docs\r\nTo edit your image in Google Docs, first select it. You will then see some common formatting options below the image.\r\n\r\nThe text wrapping settings here change how your image is positioned in relation to your text. In Google Docs, you can choose:\r\n\r\n\tInline \u2013 Your image appears on the same line as text.\r\n\tWrap text \u2013 Text wraps around the image at right angles.\r\n\tBreak text \u2013 The image appears on a separate line from text.\r\n\r\nYou can also access other formatting options here. To see these, click All image options in the menu shown above or right click the image and select Image Options. This opens a sidebar with five sections:\r\n\r\n\tSize and rotation \u2013 Allows you to resize or rotate your image. You can also do this via the markers at the edge of the image on the page.\r\n\tText wrapping \u2013 As above, but with extra customization.\r\n\tPosition \u2013 Allows you to control whether the image is fixed to one position on the page or moves with the surrounding text.\r\n\tRe-color \u2013 Lets you apply a color filter to the image.\r\n\tAdjustments \u2013 Controls the brightness, contrast, and transparency.\r\n\r\nYou can use these settings to customize your image as required. And if you decide you preferred the original image, you can undo all your changes by clicking Reset at the bottom of the image options sidebar or right clicking the image itself and selecting Reset Image from menu.\r\nReplacing an Image\r\nIf you have an image in a document and you want to replace it, you can do this quickly using the Replace image option. To do this:\r\n\r\n\tRight click the image.\r\n\tSelect Replace image.\r\n\tPick a source, find the image, and add it to the document.\r\n\r\n\r\nThe image will then appear in the same position as the old one.\r\nHopefully, you now feel confident about adding and editing images in Google Docs. But if you'd like any further help with proofreading or formatting your work, don't forget that Proofed has editors available 24\/7.