Applying bevels and 3D formatting


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Applying bevels and 3D formatting

One way to stylize your presentation is to give your objects beveled edges and 3D formatting. This slants or curves the edges of an object giving them a 3 dimensional appearance as if they're popping off the screen. PowerPoint 2010 has several bevels built-in. Some pull the clip up off the screen while others make look as if it's sunken into the slide. You can also apply a number of formats to the 3D graphics for extra emphasis. I'm on slide 6 and I'm going to click on my movie. We are going to turn our video into a rounded cube.

We are going to start by apply a 3D rotation to the clip so that we can really see the settings in action. I showed you more about perfecting 3D rotations in the previous video. On the Ribbon go up to Video Tools and click on the Format tab. Then click on the Video Effects button. Hold your cursor over 3-D Rotation and a gallery of presets appears. Choose the last of the Oblique settings. you'll have to scroll down all the way to the bottom. For ...

Applying bevels and 3D formatting
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Applying bevels and 3D formatting provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2010: Audio and Video in Depth

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Business
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