How to Save Image From Google Slides (5 Quick Ways)

How to Save an Image From Google Slides(5 Quick Ways)!

Google Slides is one of the most popular productivity tools, which allows you to create impressive presentations to share your ideas with your teammates or others. It’s no matter wherever you are.

How to Save an Image From Google Slides?

As a member of Google Workspace, Google Slides is also convenient, like Google Docs. But there are some little problems I have faced with how to save an image from Google slides. I have got this problem in Google Docs.

But as the same as Google Docs, I share some efficient ways to fix this problem. It’s straightforward and quick. Here’s what you need to know about saving images from Google Slides.

Method 1: Save an image to Google Keep

How to Save an Image From Google Slides

It’s the easiest way to save image from Google Slides, but it’s suitable for a few images.

Step 1

How to Save an Image From Google Slides

Step 1: In your Slides, right-click or control click an image that you want to save, and click on “Save to Keep”.

Step 2

Save to Keep - Save image as

Step 2: That will save the image to Google Keep and open it in the sidebar, then click or control-click on the image in the sidebar and select the “Save image as” option. And boom, so easy!

Method 2: Save the image with Gmail

You will use this way with Gmail.

Step 1: In your Slides, locate your desired image, and right-click or control click on the image, and then choose “Copy” menu item.

Save with Gmail - Copy the image
Save with Gmail – Copy the image

Step 2: Go to Gmail, compose a new email and open the Gmail editor, and paste the image.

Save with Gmail - Paste the image
Save with Gmail – Paste the image

Step 3: The image will show in editor, then right-click or control click on the image, please don’t select the image, and select “Save image as”.  That’s it.

Save with Gmail - Save image as
Save with Gmail – Save image as

Method 3: Download as a ODP file 

There are many options in the download menu. You can download your slides as a Microsoft PowerPoint, PDF document, or JPEG image. But you have to edit the picture again, so I recommend you download your slides as an ODP file. It’s the best way to save images in batches.

Step 1: In Slides, On the top left corner, click on File > Download > ODP Document(.odp).

Download as ODP - Download it
Download as ODP – Download it

Step 2: Locate the Zip file, extract it on your desktop, then navigate into the pictures folder. You can find all of the images that you used in your Google Docs document.

Download as ODP - get the image
Download as ODP – get the image

Method 4: Take Screenshots

Keep in mind that you can’t get the original image with this method. And you can take a screenshot with your in-built computer shortcuts or a Chrome extension called Nimbus Capture.

Step 1: In your slides, click the “present” button to enlarge the image.

Take screenshot - present the image
Take screenshot – present the image

Step 2: Press “Command + Shift + 4” to screenshot your desired image on Mac. If you are on Windows, try the print screen option (Ctrl + PrtScr) or “Windows + Shift + S.” After that, you will automatically download the images.

Take screenshots - get the image
Take screenshots – get the image

Method 5: Developer Tools

This method seems to be a little complicated, but you will find it’s accessible only you get started step by step.

Step 1: In your Slides, you can right-click somewhere in the white space above the presentation and click “inspect.” Or you can open DevTools from Chrome’s main menu, click on Customize and control Google Chrome > More Tools > Developer Tools.

Developer Tools - Open it
Developer Tools – Open it

Step 2: Developer Tools should open up, click on the “Elements” menu at the top of the panel, now click on the left-most icon that looks like a rectangle with a cursor pointing to it.

Developer Tools - Inspect
Developer Tools – Inspect

Step 3: Now point to your desired image and click on it, and the image link address will show in the “Elements” sidebar, it’s like “href=” something, that’s the image URL.

Developer Tools - Get the image URL
Developer Tools – Get the image URL

Step 4: Copy and paste the URL into a new tab, and right-click or control click on the image, and then select “Save image as” menu item. Done!

Developer Tools - Save image as
Developer Tools – Save image as

Conclusion

Maybe some issues can’t be solved by Google Slides. However, if we master some tips, tricks, or techniques, something will be more straightforward, right?

These are five quick ways to save an image from Google Slides. You can choose one of them for your needs. What do you think about these methods? Which method will you try or not? Or do you have better ideas? Please let me know and comment below.

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