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Hi, everyone. In this video, I will show you how to add images or figures to your Google Doc. And I will also show you how to move them into the text, how to add captions, and how to add the number of captions. In order to add number captions, you will have a whatever to add on, and I will show you all the steps that you need to take and need to do. In order to enable that. Lets first start by adding an image. So we want to just simply add an image here in the text. If you want to do that, we can just move the cursor to wherever we want to add the image. And Im going to align the cursor to the center just because they want the image to be centered. Of course you could have done that later. You can go in insert on the top image and then you can upload it from your computer. Im going to open an image that I have already saved in my downloads and Im going to open it of course we have some flexibility here as you can see the image center if you want to, you can choose to crop the imag