Google Slides has proven to be a valuable tool for creating and designing presentations. Its functionalities extend beyond just text and media input; you can also insert drawings directly into your slides. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the steps on how to successfully include your drawings in your Google Slides presentations.
Step 1: Open Your Google Slides Presentation
To begin, open your Google Slides presentation. You can do this by heading to the Google Slides homepage and either selecting a pre-existing presentation or starting a new one from scratch.
Step 2: Select the Slide to Insert Drawing
Next, navigate to the slide where you want to insert your drawing. Click on the slide to ensure it’s active.
Step 3: Open the Drawing Tool
With the slide active, go to the menu bar at the top of the page. Click on Insert and a dropdown menu will appear. From this menu, select Drawing and then + New. This will open a new window with the drawing tool.
Step 4: Create Your Drawing
The Drawing tool has a variety of options for creating your masterpiece. You can use shapes, lines, arrows, and even freehand drawing. Feel free to experiment with the different options until you’re happy with your drawing.
Step 5: Save and Insert Your Drawing
Once you’re satisfied with your drawing, click Save and Close. This will automatically insert your drawing into the slide you selected.
If you want to edit your drawing, simply click on it and select Edit from the pop-up menu. This will take you back to the Drawing tool where you can make your changes.
Google Slides’ drawing tool can significantly enhance your presentation by adding a personal touch or emphasizing specific points. So why not give it a try on your next presentation? You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to use and how much it can improve your work!
Now that you know how to insert drawings in Google Slides, it’s your turn to bring your presentations to life!