How To Use Xp Pen On Google Slides

Whether you are an educator creating interactive lessons, a business professional designing engaging presentations, or a creative individual looking to add a personal touch to your slides, using an XP Pen with Google Slides can revolutionize your experience. In this blog post, we are going to delve into the steps on how to use an XP Pen on Google Slides.

What You Will Need

Before we begin, ensure that you have the following:

  • A Google account (to access Google Slides)
  • An XP Pen graphics tablet with a stylus
  • XP Pen driver software installed on your computer. It’s important to keep your XP Pen drivers updated for the best experience. You can download these from the official XP Pen website.

Setting Up Your XP Pen

Set up your XP Pen by following the instructions provided in the box. Once you have successfully installed the drivers and connected the XP Pen to your computer, you are ready to begin.

Customizing the Pen’s Functionality

You can customize the pen’s buttons by launching the XP Pen’s control panel. Here, you can assign different functions to the pen’s buttons, such as right-click, left-click, eraser, etc. This can greatly enhance your drawing and writing experience on Google Slides.

How to Use XP Pen on Google Slides

Step 1: Open Google Slides

Open Google Slides on your web browser and log into your Google account. Create a new presentation or open an existing one where you wish to use your XP Pen.

Step 2: Select the Scribble Tool

On the toolbar at the top, click on the Line tool. A drop-down menu will appear. From this menu, select the Scribble tool. This tool allows you to draw freehand on your slides, ideal for the use of a graphics tablet.

Step 3: Draw with Your XP Pen

Now, simply use your XP Pen just like you would use a regular pen on paper. You can change your pen’s color and thickness by selecting the Pen tool on the toolbar.

Step 4: Edit Your Drawings

If you need to change anything, just click on your drawing. You can then move it, resize it, or delete it. If you have assigned the Eraser function to one of your pen’s buttons, you can also easily erase parts of your drawing.


Using an XP Pen on Google Slides is a great way to make your presentations more engaging and interactive. With a little practice, you’ll be able to create amazing slide presentations. Happy drawing!