Besides adding shapes or importing images, you can also create your own drawings in Google Slides. Drawing on your slides is a great way to add creativity and liveliness to your presentations. This guide will show you the different ways to draw on Google Slides.
Scribble Drawing on Google Slides
- Open your Google Slide presentation.
- Navigate to the slide you want to create a drawing.
- Go to the Insert tab. Then, under the Line option, select Scribble.
- When the Scribble feature is enabled, you can draw lines by left-clicking and holding your cursor.Once you release the mouse, the drawing will be automatically highlighted inside a text box. You can move the box by dragging its border or resize it by dragging the indicated points.
- Go to the Format group in the top bar to format the scribble. Here, you can choose a different color, weight, and dash pattern for your drawings.
- Further formatting can also be done in the Format options menu. This includes changing your drawing’s size and rotation, position and adding drop shadow and reflection effects.
- You can also draw Straight lines, Arrows, Connectors, Curves, and Polylines from the Insert > Line option.