Manage your documents by learning how to move images
what to know
- Click and drag to move images in Google Docs.To change the image and text size, select the image, then online† edit texteither break text†
- Online Place the image on the line of your choice. With text wrapping, you can drag it anywhere you want and adjust the margins around the image.
- Text breaks prevent text from appearing on the left or right.
This article explains how to move images in Google Docs on your website and from mobile apps on Android, iOS, and iPadOS.
Use Google Docs website to move images
You can move an image to another part of your document at any time in Google Docs. For example, you might want to move an image closer to the text it describes.
Just a simple drag and drop. need Yes, but you need to know some settings to get the image to fit perfectly.
Here’s what to do from the Google Docs site:
Click and hold on the image you want to move, then drag it. See where the cursor is; that’s where the statue will fall when you let go.
If you need to move the image to another page, you can drag it to the top or bottom of the page, but that’s not always great. A better way is to scroll with the mouse at the same time (click and hold the photo at the same time).
If the image and text don’t look what you want, select the image to find a menu below it. Choose one of the following options:
- online: Puts an image on the line of your choice, almost as if it were text in a sentence.
- edit text: Provides more flexibility by wrapping text around images. You can drag it anywhere you want. When you select this option, you can also resize the margins around the image.
- break text: Prevent text from appearing on the left or right. Adjust the margins to choose how much space should be left between the image and the text.
Resizing and other options
You can perform other operations on the image, such as resizing and rotating it. If you are working with multiple images and want them all grouped together, or if you have some that are too small or too large for your document.
To resize an image, select it and drag a corner box in the direction you want: away from the photo to enlarge it or closer to it to reduce its size. You can drag the round button in the upper left or upper right corner to rotate the image.
Rotate and flip images in Google Docs
To fine-tune the width, height, and angular rotation of the image, right-click the photo and select Image options†
Move images when using the Google Docs app
Open a document and select the Edit/Pencil button to enter edit mode, then follow these steps:
Click on the image once to reveal the boxed corners. This is how you know you’re ready to move it.
Click and hold on the image, drag it to where you want it, and release.
On Android, iOS and iPadOS, you can track the final position of the image by tracking the cursor visible above your finger. The last two operating systems also display images when you move them around:
Move images on iPad.
Move images on iPad.
You can choose a different layout option for the image if the image doesn’t look suitable for the text.
To do this, tap on it and select the text wrapping icon at the top or bottom of the screen (it’s a small image with text in it). Android users can also select an image, use the pop-up menu to enter the expanded three-dot menu, and select Image options † text wrapping†
Here are your options (they vary by platform):
- online: Keep the image aligned with the text.
- edit text: Forces all text to wrap around the image.
- break text: The image is placed between the context words so that there is no text left or right.
- for text: The text on the page follows the image.
Touch the checkmark in the menu to save changes.
Other mobile settings
There are other settings available under the text wrapping settings, such as adjusting the margins around the image.
To resize or rotate an image, use the small buttons around the image when selecting it. The corner boxes are resized, the side boxes are stretched, and the circle at the top is used for rotation.
How to Move Images in Google Docs
Take control of your docs by learning how to move pictures
What to Know
Click and drag to move images in Google Docs. To change image and text formatting, select the image, then In line, Wrap text, or Break text.
In line puts the image on the line you choose. Wrap text lets you can drag it anywhere you like and adjust the margin around the picture.
Break text prevents text from being on its left or right side.
This article explains how to move images in a Google Doc on the website and from the mobile app on Android, iOS, and iPadOS.
Move Images Using the Google Docs Website
You can move a picture to a different part of the document at any time in Google Docs. For example, you may need to move a graphic closer to the text that describes it.
A simple drag and drop is all you really need to do, but there are some settings you should know about to make the picture fit perfectly.
Here’s what to do from the Google Docs website:
Click and hold the image you want to move, and then drag it. Watch where the cursor is; that’s where the image will fall when you let go.
If you need to move the picture to a different page, you can drag it near the top or bottom of the page, but that doesn’t always work well. A better way is to simultaneously scroll with your mouse (while still clicking-and-holding the photo).
If the image and text don’t sit the way you want them to, select the image to find a menu just below it. Choose one of these options:
In line: Puts the image on the line you choose, almost as if it were text in the sentence.
Wrap text: Provides far more flexibility by literally wrapping text around the image. You can drag it anywhere you like. When you pick this option, you can also adjust the margin size around the picture.
Break text: Prevents text from being on the left or right side. Adjust the margin to choose how much blank space there should be between the image and text.
Resizing and Other Options
There are some other things you can do with the image, such as resize and rotate it. If you’re dealing with several pictures and need to make them all fit right, or if you have some that are too small or large for the document.
To resize a picture, select it and drag a corner box toward the direction you want: away from the photo to make it bigger or toward it to downsize. You can drag the circle button at the top left or right to rotate the image.
How to Rotate and Flip Images in Google Docs
For fine control over the image’s width, height, and angle rotation, right-click the photo and choose Image options.
Move Images While Using the Google Docs App
Open the document and choose the edit/pencil button to go into editing mode, and then follow these steps:
Tap the image once to show the boxed corners. This is how you know you’re ready to move it.
Tap and hold the image, drag wherever you want it to go, and then let go.
On Android, iOS, and iPadOS, you can track where the image will end up if you follow the cursor that’s visible right above your finger. The latter two operating systems also show the picture as you’re moving it:
Moving an Image on iPad.
You can pick a different layout option for the image if it doesn’t seem to interact well with the text.
To do that, tap it and then select the text wrap icon at the top or bottom of the screen (it’s a small image with text around it). Android users can also select the image, use its pop-up menu to go into the three-dot extended menu, and then choose Image options > Text wrap.
These are your options (they differ between platforms):
In line: Have the image sit on the same line as the text.
Wrap text: Force all the text to wrap around the image.
Break text: The image will sit between the text above and below it so that no text will be to the left or right.
In front of text: The page text will go behind the image.
Tap the checkmark from the menu to save any changes.
Additional Mobile Settings
Other settings are available below the text wrap settings, such as adjusting the margins around the picture.
If you want to resize or rotate the image, use the small buttons surrounding it when you select it. The corner boxes resize, the side boxes stretch, and the circle at the top is for rotations.
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