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Previously it was possible to get rendered bitmap URL from Google doc picture. But now they created a new degraded interface where I can't find such an option. I can only "share" image, but I want to embed it into page with <img> tag.

Is it possible or interface was degraded irreversible?

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At this time Google Docs inserted images doesn't have a URL that users could get from the edit view.

You could publish the document as a web page (see Publish a document, spreadsheet, presentation, or drawing) and get the image URL from the source of the resulting web page. There are more alternatives like add the image to a Google Drawing. You will be able to publish it as a image so you will not have to look for its URL in the source of a web page.

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