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How to Make Incredible PowerPoint Slides with 3 D Models

by Roveen Anyango
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Making PowerPoint presentations is a critical part of the office job environment these days. Thus, it is important that you learn how to make your presentations as engaging as possible.

I want to suggest that, to make your point a lot more memorable to the people you are presenting it to, a little bit of creativity goes a long way in doing that. One way is by adding 3D models into your presentations.

Here is how.

  1. First, for images, rather than use flat images, look for 3D images. Open your PowerPoint presentation sheet and then go to Insert. Then scroll to the right, and you will see 3D Models. Expand it and select Stock 3D Models.
  2. This will give you a lot of options to choose from. Select the one you want. For example, if you are making a presentation on the sun, select a 3D model of the sun.
  3. Select that image and place it on your presentation sheet. Place the image at the bottom of the image box.
  4. Then, insert a text box and write your presentation headline. Once written, copy the text and format it. Scroll down to find Format Shape. Expand on it and then select No Fill under Text Fill and Solid Line under Text Outline.
  5. Then copy the text and place it behind your image. Right-click on the text and scroll down to Send to Back. Expand it, then click on Send Backward.
  6. Then, duplicate this slide by right-clicking on it on the side and clicking Duplicate Slide. Then, change the first one. Hold Command, then select all the text boxes. Then select Shape Format on the toolbar and go to Align. Expand on it, and under Vertical, select Align Middle.
  7. Then, go to the second slide and rotate the 3D model.
  8. The last step is to apply morph then. Go to Transitions on the toolbar and then select Morph. And there you have it. A PowerPoint presentation that is creatively done and very engaging.

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