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This article was published on May 5, 2014

How to crop, rotate and add borders to images on Google Docs

How to crop, rotate and add borders to images on Google Docs Image by: AFP/Getty Images
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Google today updated Google Docs with some basic image-editing tools. You can now crop, rotate, and add borders to images in a document without leaving Google Docs.

Crop images on Google docs

For those with a sharp memory, yes, this is the same feature set that first rolled out to Google Slides in late March. Now only Google Sheets is missing the functionality, although it’s probably the least likely service of the trio to need it.

Add borders and crop images in Google Docs & Slides (Google Drive Help)

See also – Google launches add-on stores for Google Docs and Sheets and Google Apps now lets you share Docs, Slides, and Drawings without forcing recipients to sign in

Image Credit: Nicholas Kamm / Getty Images

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