Now let’s talk about adding captions to images in documents. Yes, there are different ways to do it, and this one is one of the most common ones.
We added captions in Google Docs to images and we like them so much that we decided to implement it in Google Docs. Why? Because adding captions to images is really easy, and it’s fast and easy. You can add a simple image caption (which is actually just a link to the image) with a simple mouse-over.
Yes, it is fast and easy. It’s just a matter of installing the Google Docs extension and using the “Google Docs caption” link.
If you have a Google Doc that you want to save as Google Docs, you can simply paste a link to that document in a Google Doc that you already have open. Then, you can add a caption, which is just a link to the image, with a simple click on the image.
If you want to make your image caption clickable, you can add it as a link, which is a little bit slower, and again, it’s only a matter of using the Google Docs extension.
The first time I installed this extension, I just got it working in google docs, but now I know how to add captions to images in google docs, so it’s a pretty simple extension to install that allows you to link to any image in your doc.
I hope you like it! If you do, enter the code “fba” for free Google Docs code, and don’t forget to click the “share” button once you have added it to your google docs.
That’s it, folks. Now go out and put a link on your webpage.
You know what else I like? The new Google Docs extension.