An image is more effective than a text and such an image is known for infographic. In Google docs place text over an image is not straight forward, but it is also not too hard to do it. To place image behind text in google docs is what we called to add watermark on Google docs. You can do this by adding Text box over an image.
How to put Image behind text in Google docs via Text Box
Firstly, upload an image which you want to use
- Go to Insert -> Image -> Upload from computer: Drive, Photos, Camera, URL can also be used for uploading an image
- Adjust image transparency: Increase the transparency of an image so that your text or paragraph get visible on your image
- Add a new text box: Now add a new text box to the document via Insert -> Drawing -> New, click on icon T ( text box) and drag text box and resize it
- Type your necessary text or paragraph in the text box and adjust the fonts, color, etc
By this simple and easy method, you can write on an image. This method can be used for only one or two images. If you have a long document, then simply download docs as a word document and add watermark via Microsoft Word.