Windows 10 PowerPoint 3D revolutionizes presentations
Microsoft introduced its upcoming Windows 10 OS, under the code name Windows 10 Creators Update. This OS version brings major new features, making the Windows environment 3D-friendly.
Indeed, Windows 10 Creators Update introduces 3D support to a variety of apps, allowing users to draw in Paint 3D or create very interesting presentations in PowerPoint 3D.
PowerPoint will metamorphose into PowerPoint 3D next year and will allow users to add 3D images and animations to their presentations. All this is possible thanks to a new option that lets Windows 10 users insert 3D objects on their slides. The new option is very easy to use, adding a 3D image is no different than adding a regular image, the steps to follow are the same.
All you need to do is go to the Insert menu and select the 3D Models option. Choose the 3D image you want to insert and you’re done.
Moreover, PowerPoint 3D allows you to add 3D animation as well. In this manner, your presentation content literally becomes alive. To raise the stakes even higher, you can zoom the 3D image in and out, as you follow the main ideas of your presentation.
For more information about PowerPoint 3D, you can watch the Windows 10 event presentation. To go straight to PowerPoint 3D, jump to minute 27.
Speaking of 3D, if you don’t like the 3D images from the Insert menu, you can create your own 3D pictures using Paint 3D. Thanks to 3D support, Microsoft has just revolutionized presentations. PowerPoint now feels modern and limitless.
What do you think about the new PowerPoint 3D tool? Are you looking forward to using it?
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