Hot answers tagged images
Further to the other answers: within the Description, you can also embed images that have been added as attachments to the card. (Note: this will only work in the description, and not in comments.) Right-click on the attachment image and select "Copy Link Address" In the Description, enter the following: !(link address goes here) e.g. !(https://...
The marked answer is old and is no longer correct. Click Arrange → Insert → Insert Image.
If you want to apply that image to all slides you can change the "master slide". If you just want to apply it to some of the slides, I think the easiest way is just to copy that slide with the image you wanted and paste it. The pasted slide will look exactly the same as the original. Then you can delete the content/change the layout etc., but the background ...
No need to download any additional software if you have Adobe Acrobat, simply... Save your presentation to pdf: File > Download as > PDF Document (.pdf) Open the PDF in Acrobat and then: File > Export To > Image > (Choose prefered file format) It will automatically start creating each slide as its own image inside the directory you have the PDF saved in.
For a quick and easy solution, you could use a screenshot program such as the Snipping Tool in Windows or Screenshot in Ubuntu/Linux to crop whichever part of the image you'd like to select. Most screenshot programs have the option of selecting just a section of the screen. You'll have to save the cropped image as a new image and manually re-insert it into ...
This is related to a feature called Twitter Cards. After the site owner inserts specific meta tags to the page and validates it via Twitter, a Twitter Card will be displayed in addition to the link. There are various card types for different types of content.
I could not make it work. The best I could do is make a shared album with setting Sharing Options/Share Album ON, and I inserted the Share Link in my post. Not 100% but better than nothing.
from Vasilis Kosmas comment: you can upload an image in your Google Drive then right-click on it (Google Drive interface) > Share > Set up your access settings and then click on Copy URL. Use this URL to paste it into your Google Drive Document comment
Install ImageMagick (great open source software) Save your presentation to pdf: File > Download as... > PDF Document (.pdf) Convert the pdf to multiple png files using ImageMagick's convert command: convert your_presentation.pdf your_slide_%03d.png Done! :) This will create one png file per slide, named your_slide_000.png, your_slide_001.png, etc. If ...
according to a help article located at https://help.imgur.com/hc/en-us/articles/203921555-How-do-I-add-an-existing-image-to-an-existing-album you may add an existing image to an existing album or to a new album. Please note that you can also share your album via link or HTML embed code using "Share this Album" section located on your right. I am not yet ...
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible