Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Apply 3-D Rotation Effects

Created: Friday, December 6, 2013, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



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Among all the Shape Effects in PowerPoint 2013, the 3-D ones stand apart. For any of the 3-D effects to work, you must understand two important 3-D parameters — these two parameters are 3-D Rotation and 3-D Depth. Although you can rotate any shape that has a Depth of zero, you really cannot see any Depth within a flat object. Thus you must first rotate your object and then add Depth. We already covered the Bevel effect in a previous tutorial. In this tutorial, we will cover 3-D Rotation, and in the next tutorial, we will explore 3-D Depth.

Learn how to apply the 3-D Rotation effect to selected shapes in PowerPoint 2013.

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