Google Docs is one of the online tools to replace Word. Everything is the same, just different operations, such as download images on Google Docs on the computer.
Option 1: Take a screenshot
This is the fastest way, but quality and image size will be altered. See how to take a quick screenshot: Do not use software – Use software.
Option 2: Use Google Keep
Step 1: Click on the Google Docs image and select Save to Keep.
Step 2: At this time, a Keep comment box will appear on the right of the Google Docs window. Click on this image, then click the 3 dot button along the Open in Keep.
Step 3: Once the image is opened in Keep, right-click on the image and select Save image as …
Option 3: Publish to the web
Step 1: Choose File on the Google Docs menu, then select Publish to web.
Step 2: Press the Publish button, then press OK to accept.
Step 3: Copy the link after publishing.
Step 4: Open the link just copied above, right click on the image you want to download select Save image to.
Option 4: Download the entire image on the Google Docs file
Step 1: Select File on the Google Docs menu -> Download as -> Website (.html, zipped). At this point the browser will download a file as a ZIP file.
Step 2: Unzip the downloaded file (see how to unpack it if you do not already know).
Step 3: Open the extracted file, you will see 2 files as shown below. The entire image of the Google Docs file is located in the images directory.
Option 5: Use Microsoft Word
Step 1: Select File on the Google Docs menu, select Download as -> Microsoft Word (.docx). At this point, the browser will download a * .docx file.
Step 2: Open the downloaded file in Word and select the image to save to your computer. See detailed instructions on how to save images in Word to your computer.