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Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Make 3D Columns Transparent for Charts

It’s good to avoid using 3D charts unless your chart data requires a Z-axis. Having said that, we have chosen the topic of making your 3D columns in a chart transparent. Yes, there’s a reason to do so especially when you find that some of the columns in your 3D chart may be hiding behind one or more of the other columns, just because they are not tall enough. One easy solution for this problem is to reduce the opacity of the columns in the front.

Learn how to make 3D columns transparent for charts in PowerPoint 2013.

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