Learn PowerPoint: Formatting 3-D Style

Created: Sunday, February 8, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 6:53 pm



Although PowerPoint 2003 and earlier versions don’t have a specific Effects category like PowerPoint 2007, they do have two effects — these are shadows and 3D. In this tutorial, we’ll cover the 3-D styles. Unlike shadows, 3-D styles only work with AutoShapes — this leaves out pictures but you can always use a rectangle AutoShape with a picture fill to mimic a picture with a 3D style.

Learn more about 3D Styles here…

You can also do more with 3D Styles using the 3D Settings toolbar using options such as tilt, depth, direction, lighting, surface, and color.

Categories: effects, powerpoint, shapes, tutorials

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