If you want to know how you can save the images in google docs, here is an easy solution that I have been following to download or save the images from Google Docs to your computer.
If you have ever tried to save an image from google docs to your computer by doing the right click, you may have noticed that there is no option to save that file.
It used to be quite frustrating for me. Contributors and authors are writing articles in documents, and I had to publish them on the website. Text gets quickly copy pasted, but images need to be downloaded to the computer and then uploaded to the website.
I used the screenshot tool for an extended period and cropped just the image path. But I have started using a different approach which is pretty good.
How to save images from Google Docs to your Computer
When you right-click on the image in Google Docs, you will find the option to copy. You can click on copy. And open an image editing program on your computer. I use Snagit image editor, which is available for both windows and mac.
If you don’t have SnagIt, you can use the Paint app on your Windows computer.
If you use a Mac, you can copy and paste the image in the Notes app, from where you will be able to export and add it to your computer as a jpg image.
Although this method is far from perfect because it requires a few additional steps, it gets the job done.
Check out the video tutorial
How to save google docs images on your mobile
Well, if you are looking to for a solution to download or save the images in google docs on your mobile phone, sadly there isn’t any as of now. The only solution I found, it to take a screenshot.
The good thing is, taking screenshots and cropping it is native on every mobile and does not require any third party app. So it’s still easy.