Google announced the release of two new features for working with images in Google Docs, Slides, and Drawings: the ability to reset an image and the ability to replace an image.
“Unhappy with the properties and formatting you applied to your image? You can now go back to the original with the reset image button,” explains Google in a Google+ post about the features. “Open your document, presentation or drawing, select an image, right-click and select ‘reset image’ from the context menu.”
To replace an image, Google says, “Change the image in your document, presentation or drawing without affecting the layout and formatting of the original image. Open your document, presentation or drawing, select the image you want to replace, right-click and select ‘replace image’. You can then use our image picker to select your next image.”
In other Google Drive news, Google recently added Office editing to its Docs, Sheets, and Slides Android apps. iOS support is on the way. More on that here.
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