In Google Docs, users can insert images, shapes, art, charts, etc., to create an attractive document. Google Docs also provides the feature to custom made the shapes of text or diagrams using the Drawing tool. This post will demonstrate a method to draw in Google Docs by using the Drawing tool. The content covered here is:
Let’s start this guide.
How to Draw in Google Docs?
The method to Draw in Google Docs is by opening the new drawing window, the “Drawing” option available in the “Insert” tab of the Menu Bar. Let’s perform it practically using the following steps:
Step 1: Open the Drawing window
Click on “New” using the “Drawing” option, which is available under the “Insert” tab of the Menu Bar:
Step 2: Draw Any Shape
After that, the user can make a drawing in that window:
Users can add Text, Shapes, and Images using the above options in the toolbar:
Using Existing Shapes
In this scenario, we are using the “Shape” option to draw an arrow, as shown below:
You can add some text to the shape as well. Like, the text box is applied on the above-shown arrow:
Add the image using the “Image” option:
Step 3: Insert the Drawing Into the Document
Once you are all done with the drawing, click on the “Save and close” option on the page:
Step 4: Verify the Result
The drawing will be inserted in the document as shown in the below image:
In this way, users can draw in Google Docs.
Bonus Tip: How to Edit the Drawing in Google Docs?
Google Docs also provides the Feature to edit the drawing that the user created. Click on the drawing and choose the “Edit” option, as shown in the following “GIF”:
Apply some changes to the drawing and again insert it in the document. In our case, the shape of the arrow is changed:
The edited drawing will be inserted into the document as shown in the below image:
That’s it from this guide.
In Google Docs, users can draw any shape, diagram, etc., using the “Drawing” option available under the “Insert” tab of the Menu Bar. This post has briefly demonstrated the steps to draw any shape in Google Docs. Apart from that, we have also shown the process of editing the existing drawing.