How To Bring An Image Forward In Google Slides

Google Slides is an essential tool for creating presentations, but many users are not aware of all the capabilities it offers. One such feature is the ability to ‘bring forward’ or ‘send backward’ images, allowing you to alter the arrangement of various elements on your slides. This feature is incredibly helpful when you’re dealing with overlapping images or text boxes.

In this blog post, we’ll guide you through a step-by-step tutorial on how to bring an image forward in Google Slides. Please note that the process is the same for both PC and Mac users.

Step 1: Open Your Google Slides Document

Firstly, navigate to your Google Drive and open the Slides document you want to edit.

Step 2: Select the Image

Once your Google Slides document is open, click on the slide with the image you want to bring forward. Click on the image to select it.

Step 3: Choose ‘Order’

With your image selected, look to the toolbar at the top of your screen. Click on the ‘Arrange’ dropdown menu, and then click on ‘Order’.

Step 4: Bring the Image Forward

In the ‘Order’ dropdown menu, you’ll see several options. If you want to move your image up by one layer, click on ‘Bring forward’. If you want to move it to the very front of all elements, click on ‘Bring to front’.

Final Thoughts

Now you know how to bring an image forward in Google Slides! It’s a simple process but can make a big difference in the appearance and professionalism of your presentations. So, next time you’re working with overlapping elements, remember this guide!

For further Google Slides tips and tricks, make sure to browse through our other blog posts. Happy presenting!