Google Draw
Basic instructions on how to use Google Draw
Create a Drawing
• Click on Create – Drawing (or
Insert – Drawing on Google Doc
page)
• Type in a name for your drawing
if...
Create a Drawing
• Use the Drawing
tools to create
graphics
Use the Scribble tool.
Click and move the
mouse to make the
sh...
Create a Drawing
• Use the Drawing
tools to create
graphics
Change the
thickness of the
lines by choosing
a thickness
Use ...
Move backwards and forwards
Order graphics (moving to the
front or back of objects by
right clicking on graphic to be
moved
Use the shapes
Use the shape button to
create graphics
Using arrows
Change the arrow style by
selecting the Select tool, then
clicking on the arrow you
have just made.
Select to...
Add a Picture
• Go to Insert –Image or click on the Image button
• Click on Choose an
image to upload
• Find the picture o...
Add a Webcam picture
• Go to Insert –Picture or click on the Picture button
• Click on Take a Snapshot
• Click Allow and C...
Add a Picture from Google
• Click on the picture
• Click on Full Size image
• Click on URL,
highlight and copy
• Go back t...
Add a Picture from your album
• Click on Insert a picture
• Click on a folder of
photos
• Click on the picture
you will us...
Add a Picture from your Drive
• Click on Insert a picture
• Click on Google Drive
• Click on My Drive
• Click on the pictu...
Sharing
Share your drawing
with other people by
clicking on Share.
Type in the email
addresses, press Enter
after each ema...
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Basic instructions how to use Google Draw

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  1. 1. Google Draw Basic instructions on how to use Google Draw
  2. 2. Create a Drawing • Click on Create – Drawing (or Insert – Drawing on Google Doc page) • Type in a name for your drawing if you are working on a Drawing only doc by clicking on Untitled Drawing
  3. 3. Create a Drawing • Use the Drawing tools to create graphics Use the Scribble tool. Click and move the mouse to make the shape, double click to close or end it or cross a line to close it Use the Fill can to fill shapes with colour and the Line fill to change the colour of lines. You cannot fill a Scribble drawing (at this stage) Made with Shapes
  4. 4. Create a Drawing • Use the Drawing tools to create graphics Change the thickness of the lines by choosing a thickness Use the Polyline tool to create straight line graphics
  5. 5. Move backwards and forwards Order graphics (moving to the front or back of objects by right clicking on graphic to be moved
  6. 6. Use the shapes Use the shape button to create graphics
  7. 7. Using arrows Change the arrow style by selecting the Select tool, then clicking on the arrow you have just made. Select tool Change thickness of line or line style
  8. 8. Add a Picture • Go to Insert –Image or click on the Image button • Click on Choose an image to upload • Find the picture on your hardrive and click Open and then click Select (it may go straight into your doc) • Resize by clicking and dragging on the corners • Right click on picture to hyperlink to a website
  9. 9. Add a Webcam picture • Go to Insert –Picture or click on the Picture button • Click on Take a Snapshot • Click Allow and Close • Click on Take Snapshot • Take a few and then select the one you want to use and click Select • Resize by clicking and dragging on the corners
  10. 10. Add a Picture from Google • Click on the picture • Click on Full Size image • Click on URL, highlight and copy • Go back to Google Doc, click on Insert Picture • Click on By URL • Paste into URL box, click Select
  11. 11. Add a Picture from your album • Click on Insert a picture • Click on a folder of photos • Click on the picture you will use and then click Select If you have a blog and you have uploaded photos to it then you have access to them
  12. 12. Add a Picture from your Drive • Click on Insert a picture • Click on Google Drive • Click on My Drive • Click on the picture you will use and then click Select If you have downloaded Google Drive to your computer, you can add your photos by clicking and dragging the folder of photos onto the Google Drive folder.
  13. 13. Sharing Share your drawing with other people by clicking on Share. Type in the email addresses, press Enter after each email address. Click Share Share your drawing with others. They can edit it at the same time or in their own time.
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