How to Mirror an Image in Google Docs

Google Docs offers a variety of features to enhance your documents, including the ability to insert images, emojis, charts, and smart chips. You can also add WordArt text and shapes, as well as search for images using the Google search engine. However, what if you want to flip an image to create a mirrored effect? In this tutorial, we will explain how to flip an image in Google Docs.

To flip an image in Google Docs, follow these steps:

1. Open Google Docs and click on “Blank”.

2. Click “Insert” and hover over “Drawing”, then select “New”.

3. A Drawing dialog box will appear. Click on the “Image” button.

4. Choose the source where you want to find the image.

5. Click the “Actions” button drop-down arrow, hover over “Rotate”, and select either “Flip Horizontally” or “Flip Vertically”.

6. Click “Save and Close”.

Once you have flipped the image, it will be inserted into your document.

You can also flip text in Google Docs by following these steps:

1. Click “Insert” and hover over “Drawing”, then select “New”.

2. A Drawing dialog box will appear. Click on the “Text Box” button.

3. Draw the text box onto the canvas and enter text into it.

4. Click the “Actions” button, hover over “Rotate”, and select “Flip Vertically” from the menu.

5. Click “Save and Select”.

The text will now be flipped in your document.

The Actions button in Google Docs is located on the left side of the Drawing dialog box. It offers options to insert WordArt, cut, copy, paste, duplicate, align horizontally or vertically, rotate images or text, or show a ruler.

We hope this tutorial has helped you understand how to flip images and text in Google Docs. For more tips and tricks, check out our other tutorials, such as how to create a newsletter in Google Docs or how to convert Google Docs to HTML.

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