How do I insert a picture placeholder in Google Slides?
To insert image placeholders:
- Select the Insert menu > Image > Search and do a search for ‘picture icon’. …
- Insert the image icon and re-size and position it to suit the template.
- Add a note instructing your students to right-click the image and select Replace image to insert their own.
How do you change the image style in Google Slides?
To fit an image into a shape in Google Slides, you can mask an image.
- On your computer, open a presentation.
- Click the image you want to mask.
- At the top, next to Crop , click the Down arrow .
- Click the shape you want.
- Your shape will mask your image. To adjust your shape, click and drag the colored handles.
How do you add a toolbar to Google Slides?
How to Use the New Toolbar in Google Slides
- Go to the Google Slides site and open your presentation.
- Click the View > Present menu.
- You’ll see the new toolbar in the bottom-left corner.
What is the placeholder in Google Slides?
When you insert a new slide, it will usually have placeholders to show you where text will be placed. Slides have different layouts for placeholders, depending on the type of information you want to include. Whenever you create a new slide, you’ll need to choose a slide layout that fits your content.
How do I get the toolbar back in Google Slides?
Unhide the toolbar
To restore the toolbar, open a Google Docs file and press CTRL + SHIFT + F. This shortcut also hides the Google Docs toolbar that you use when you wish to unhide the toolbar. Alternatively, you can also unhide the toolbar using the arrow on the top right-hand corner of the screen.