I’m a great fan of Google Docs, and I have been using it for a long time. Compared to Microsoft Word, Google Docs comes with lots of advanced features, and that’s why I am using it regularly. While using Google Docs, data loss will never happen because it will automatically save the data on the cloud.
One of the problems faced by the users of Google Docs is the inability to download images from the Docs. When you right click on a picture in Google docs, you will only see the option add hyperlinks, and there won’t be a save images/pictures option. If you are facing this issue and looking for a way to fix it, you are on the right page. Here I have provided two ways to download images from Google Docs.
Steps To Download Images From Google Docs:
Step 1: To get started, open the Google Document that contains the images you want to download. Next, click the File menu on your Left-hand top corner.
Step 2: In the drop down menu, click on “Publish to the web”.
Step 3: In the pop-up, click the “Publish” button to publish your document on the web.
Step 4: Once the document is published on the web, you will get a link to your document. Copy this link by pressing “Ctrl + C” on your keyboard.
Step 5: Next, open up your browser and paste the copied URL in the browser and press “Enter”.
Step 6: Now your Document will open as a regular web page. Right click on the image in your document and save it to your computer using the “Save Image As” option.
By using this method, you can download one image at a time from your Google document. But, if wish to download a large number of images from Google docs, then follow the method given below.
Step 1: Open your Google document and click the File menu.
Step 2: Now select “Download as” then choose “Web page (.html, zipped)“.
Step 3: Your document will be download as a zip file. Once the document is downloaded, you can use WinRAR or other archive downloaders to extract the images to your computer.
Step 4: To extract images using WinRAR, open your document using WinRAR, choose the “images” folder and click on the “Extract to” button.
Step 5: Next, select the Desired Folder / Drive where you want to save the images. Once done, click “Ok” to extract all images from your Google document.
That’s it. You have now successfully downloaded the images from your Google Docs.
If you encounter any issues while following this tutorial, do let me know using the comments section below.