First go to Google Images. This can be done by opening Chrome, selecting the "waffle" icon, and then selecting Images. Now enter a search criteria (such as "frog" in this example) and press search./p>
Scroll through your results (or change the search criteria) until you find the image you want. Left-mouse click on the image to get a larger view, and then press View Image to get a full-size image.
Using the mouse, right-click on the image and selecte the option Save image as...
When you save anything off the Internet, make sure you understand where you are saving on your computer, otherwise it will be difficult to find it later. In class, we save images off the Internet in our Pictures folder. Also, give the image a meaningful name so that it will be easy to find later on.
Insert the image into a document - such as Google Docs. On the menu bar, select Insert followed by Image
Select Choose an image to upload.
A dialog box will now open up asking you to pick the image you wish to insert into the document. Since you saved it in Pictures and gave it a meaningful name it will be easy to find.
The picture will now show up in your document. Be sure to select Wrap Text so that you can move the image anywhere in your document. Also, you can grab an anchor to adjust the size of the image.