Adding borders around your images is a good way to give them a little extra flair. Google Docs has a set of built-in features for adding borders and, while they’re not as sophisticated as the options offered in something like Office, they do the job.
Adding Borders Around Images in Google Docs
To add a border around an image, go ahead and open the Google Doc that contains the image. If you haven’t inserted your image yet, head over to the “Insert” tab, select “Image,” then choose the respective option to locate your image.
After inserting the image, you might need to resize it. To do this, select the image and then grab the handle on any corner. Drag to resize.
On the toolbar, you’ll see three separate border tools. They are Border color (1), Border weight (2), and Border dash (3).
Go ahead and select “Border color” first. Once selected, pick a color you like from the dropdown menu. In this example, we’ll go with a simple black.
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