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Tech Tips: Make Memes with Google Draw


If you have an image of your own or an image you've found online that you want to use to make a meme, Google Draw is a fast and easy way to do that! You can upload an image, add a text box ("Impact" font is the default at Cheezburger and many other meme sites), and then download the resulting image file. If you are familiar with making Powerpoint Slides, for example, this is something very similar, but you are not limited by the slide size; you can adjust the canvas to fit the size of the image you have uploaded. A nice advantage of this approach is that the raw editing file is saved in your Google Docs, so you can go back and edit it anytime!


If Google Draw is new to you, here are some tip sheets from Google guru Alice Keeler.


Step One: Go to Google Docs: Drawing and create a new drawing. Insert an image by uploading from your computer, and then add a text box (or boxes), selecting font, size, color, etc.



Step Two:  Download the meme image to your desktop. 


Step Three: Then, create a blog post with the title Google Draw Tech Tip, and include your image. If you started with an image online that you used, include image information just like you would normally. Here's my sample post.


Finishing Up. After you've shared your meme in a blog post, you're ready to do the Declaration!




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