Learn PowerPoint: Formatting 3-D Style

Learn PowerPoint: Formatting 3-D Style

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

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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.

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