Sunday, November 28

Android How to download images from Google Slides

Let’s say you want to save an image from a particular presentation. It may be that you are using it for study purposes, or maybe you just like the content. Whatever your reason, knowing how to download images from Google Slides is a useful tool.

Unfortunately, it is not possible to simply copy and paste an image from Google Slides to your chosen computer or device.

So how do you do it?

In this article, we will share the best ways to download images from Google Slides, depending on the device you are using.

Read on to learn more.

How to download Google images from Google Slides on a PC

If you’re new to the world of Google Slides, you might be surprised that extracting images from your presentation can be done in more than one way. In this section, we will discuss the most effective methods.

Save objects as images

This simple method is the same whether you are using a Mac or Windows PC. The steps are the following:

  1. Open the Google Slides presentation and choose the slide with the image you want to save.
  2. Click on “File” in the upper left corner of your screen.
  3. Select “Download” from the drop-down menu that appears.
  4. You can then choose to save your image as “PNG Image” or “JPEG Image”. The latter is more popular.
  5. Your download will then be moved to the “Downloads” folder in your files.

Take a screenshot

While this method is by far the easiest, it may not always give you the best image quality. Regardless, it is still a useful function to know how to use. Here’s how to do it:

In Windows:

  1. Open the Google Slides presentation and choose the slide with the image you want to save.
  2. With Windows-PrtScn, take a screenshot. For better quality, you may want to have the slide show in “Present” mode.
  3. Open the folder where the screenshot was saved. Usually it goes to the desktop of your PC.
  4. Once the image is in front of you, crop it using the crop icon in the top center toolbar and resize the screenshot.
  5. Select ‘Save copy’.

On a Mac:

  1. Open your chosen presentation slide in Google Slides, with the image you want to use on it.
  2. Using Shift-Command-5, take a screenshot.
  3. Open the folder where your screenshot is saved.
  4. Use your mousepad to click and drag how you want your image to be cropped.
  5. Go to “File” and “Save.”

How to download images from Google Slides on an iPhone

Downloading images to your iPhone is perhaps even simpler than it is to your PC. If you are curious about how to download Google Slides images on your iPhone, these are the two simplest methods.

Take a screenshot

The ability to take screenshots is a widely used feature on iPhones. If you’ve somehow managed to let the simple trick slip through your fingers, then fear not. Follow these steps and you are on your way to saving your desired images.

  1. Go to your Google Drive app and open the Google Slides presentation and the slide with the image you want to save.
  2. Simultaneously press the top button (located on the right side of the screen) and the “Start” button.
  3. Your screenshot will automatically be saved to your camera roll, where you can edit and crop the image as you wish.

Save to files

On the other hand, you may want to download the image in another file. To do this, simply follow these steps:

  1. Open your Google Drive app, then open the Google Slides presentation on the desired page.
  2. Touch the “More” icon (three horizontal dots) at the bottom of the screen.
  3. Select “Open in” and then “Save to files.”
  4. Choose where you want your image to be saved, then tap “Save.”

How to download images from Google Slides on an Android phone

Androids are among the most widely used smartphones in the world. It’s no wonder they probably have the easiest method of downloading images from Google Slides. Just follow these steps:

  1. Open Google Drive and go to the Google Slides presentation, highlighting the image you want to save.
  2. Touch “More” (three vertical dots).
  3. Select “Download”.

Otherwise, you can also use the screenshot method to save an image to your Android. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Google Slides presentation in your Google Drive app.
  2. Select the image you want to save.
  3. Press the “Power” and “Volume Down” buttons simultaneously to take a screenshot.
  4. Your screenshot image will be available on your camera roll.
  5. From there, you can crop the image to the setting you want and even download it to a file.

How to download images from Google Slides to an iPad

Downloading images to your iPad is a simple process. The functions are the same as what you see on the iPhone. They go as follows:

Screenshot

As with iPhones, iPads also offer users the ability to capture an image. That’s how:

  1. Go to your Google Drive app and open the Google Slides presentation, with the slide you want to save open.
  2. Simultaneously press the top button (located on the right side of the screen) and the “Start” button.
  3. Your screenshot will automatically be saved to your camera roll, where you can edit and crop the image.

Save to files

  1. Open your Google Drive app.
  2. Next to the image you want to download, select “More”.
  3. Download the file to your iPad by tapping “Open in” and then “Save to files.”
  4. Choose which file you want to save your image to.

Slide down the slide

Whether it’s for a future project or just for personal enjoyment, understanding how to download images from a Google Slides presentation can go a long way.

Regardless of the device you are using to download images from Google Slides, we hope this article helped you decide which method works best for you.

Having trouble downloading images from Google Slides? If not, what method works best for you? We’d love to hear from you, so feel free to leave a comment below.

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