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  Saturday, November 28, 2009 – Permalink –

3-D Breakout

No special glasses required



You are not limited to a flat PowerPoint slide.
You can add a 3-D look to your shows.

Bart Jones at OnPPT.com provides some basic suggestions.

Also see this series by Glen Millar.

"Many options in PowerPoint are often unseen, until a particular need arises.

The first tutorial shows how to use some of the 3d options in PowerPoint to roll images over into layers.
Roll Images

In the second tutorial, I show how a shape that is drawn as a Bezier curve can be turned into a 3d object.
3d Bezier curves

This effectively means you can draw any sort of shape you like and turn it into a 3d object right within PowerPoint.

The first tutorial will make you clever. The second tutorial may make you famous!"
More 3-D and other effects at Awesome PresentationPictures.com

Also:
PPTMagic.com
3D Transitions




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