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Google Docs Image Viewer

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Free your embedded Google Docs images!

Image from store Google Docs Image Viewer
Description from store Hover over any Google Docs embedded image to see the full size source in a new tab. Does this sound like you? • I need the original image I embedded a while ago. It's right here, why can't I have it!? • My designer embedded a huge flow in this doc but I left my microscope at home and can't read anything. (I'm a designer fyi) • Janice in Accounting made an awesome diagram and I want to steal it for my own glory. Can i haz? If you're frustrated with embedded images locked away in Google Docs then this chrome extension is for you! Simply hover over any image and you'll see an icon in the bottom right corner that links to the full size source image in a new tab.

Latest reviews

  • (2021-04-29) Aurelio Provedo: Why is this not a built-in feature? Anyways, now my pain is no more thanks to Gino 👏👏👏
  • (2021-02-17) Bruno Castro: Really helpful!
  • (2021-02-09) James Spielvogel: This works really well. Click the "expand" button in the lower right of any image, and it opens the full image as a file in a separate tab via the image's blob URL like: (blob:https://docs.google.com/{{image_uuid}}), so you can freely view/zoom/download the image with the browser like you would any other image, breaking it free from the confines of the google doc and its limited allowed interactions. The only problem is if you're inserting something like a chart and you want to add a link to the image that point to the 'real' diagram in Lucidchart, for example, the 'expand image' button stops working. So you can't use this with images that have links applied. The button is still there, but cannot be clicked. Removing the link makes the button clickable again. I would consider this a bug.
  • (2019-06-24) Gino Valente: I love being able to get image assets out of my google docs files!


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5.0 (6 votes)
Last update / version
2019-04-09 / 1.1
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