How to add 3D Objects to your PowerPoint presentation in just a few steps

Whenever someone mentions the word ‘PRESENTATION’, the first thing that comes to our minds is Microsoft Office PowerPoint! The application features several quality presentation templates that help you create unique slides. Besides, it also enriches the slide presentation viewing experience. The latest version allows you to add 3D oblects to your PowerPoint presentation in just a few steps. You don’t require any fancy extensions or plug-ins!

If you are a Windows user and have updated to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, you can now easily add 3D objects in your PowerPoint presentations, Word, and Excel documents. Here’s how!

Add 3D Objects to PowerPoint

Launch PowerPoint app. Next, from the Ribbon menu visible at the top, select ‘Insert’ tab. There, you will notice the 3D Models drop-down to either add a model you’ve created in Paint 3D or grab one from Remix3D.com, an online community and catalog of 3D content that enables mixed reality and 3D experiences for Windows 10.

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When done, simply drop it into a suitable location of the slide and use the controls (rotating, sizing and positioning) to manipulate the model until it suits your requirements.

Once finished, A new contextual tab 3D Model Tools should appear. Here, you can use the preset 3D Model Views to choose the specific orientation you would like your audience to watch. The good part is you need not go elsewhere to find different images to identify different perspectives. With 3D, you will be in complete control of your presentation!

Use Morph, with 3D models to create cinematic transitions between slides. For this, add the Morph transition to automatically let your 3D object animate and shift in perspective seamlessly across all your slides. It’s a unique feature to help PowerPoint users make smooth animations, transitions, and object movements across the slides presentation.

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That’s all there is to it!

For more information, see the slide below which has been sourced from Microsoft.

In this way you can easily add 3D to your PowerPoint presentation in just a few steps.

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