This week, take a look at how to use the built-in 3D models in PowerPoint and find some cool uses for them.
- [Joel] I'm Joel Simmons, aka the presentation guy. … Hello, and welcome to this week's installment … of presentation tips weekly. … So not too long ago, Microsoft introduced support … for 3D models directly in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. … This may not seem like much of a big deal, … but once you see what's possible, … you may want to check this feature out the … next time you create something new. … Using 3D models can definitely give you … that wow factor you're looking for. … Let's say you want to talk about some … new features your company's rolling out … in it's server rack technology. … Sure, we could use some stock photography … of a server rack, but let's face it. … That's just a little bit boring. … Also maybe there's a feature we want to point out … in the back of that server rack. … Well with 3D models, we could be able … to rotate that image and point that feature out … really easily. … So let's go ahead and take a look and see what server … images we can find in PowerPoint's 3D models. …
Note: Because this is an ongoing series, viewers will not receive a certificate of completion.
- Building standout layouts with PowerPoint Designer
- Creating engaging animations in PowerPoint and Keynote
- Using the hyperlinking feature in PowerPoint
- Using 3D models in PowerPoint
- Working with logos
- Choosing the best stock photos for your presentations