Feb 2018

google drawing

how to create,delete and publish a objects on google drawing

How to create objects in Drawings :

After you’ve created a new drawing, you will be presented with a blank canvas and a toolbar. The buttons may look familiar – Google Slider uses a similar set for inserting objects like text boxes, shapes, lines and arrows. Indeed, the ways in which you create these objects in Drawings is the same:


1 .  Press the button for the box/ element you want to draw. Additional options for each element are available via the drop-down menu attached to the buttons.


2 .  Crosshairs will appear in the drawing area.


3 .  Hold down the mouse button and drag to draw the element.


4 .  When the element is the desired size, let go. Elements can be moved, rotated, and resized using the dots around the edges off a selected shape.


There are a few extra steps for creating things like polylines and curves. Refer to the instructions for Slides, or experiment on your own.


Google Drawings has an additional object type, Word Art, which is useful for making simple signs. Although both text boxes and Work Art can be used to “draw” text, Word Art text is treated as a graphic object. This means you can change line width, fill color and the shape of the Word Art as you would a circle or other shape (see test drawing, below).


How to delete objects in drawings :

If you make a mistake:

  • Click the Undo button (the toolbar icon that looks like a curved arrow pointing left) or select Edit > Undo.


To delete a single object:

1 .  Press the Select button.


2 .  Click once on the item you want to delete.


3 .  Press the Delete button on your keyboard, or use Edit > Delete.


If you want to get rid of several objects at once:

1 .  Press the Select button.


2 .  Draw a rectangle that overlaps the objects you want to delete and let go of the mouse.


3 .  The objects all will be selected and joined by a large rectangle.


4 .  Press the Delete button on your keyboard, or use Edit > Delete.


How to publish a drawing to the Web :

Google’s drawings program allows publishing to the Web. Google handles the hosting.


1 .  Go to File > Publish to the Web.


2 .  A pop-up window will appear.


3 .  Copy the document link. To share, paste it into emails, social networks, etc.


4 .  To publish on corporate sites, blogs or other Web pages you control use the provided embed code.


5 .  Note that drawings on the Web can be viewed by anyone with the link, but only can be modified by collaborators.



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