How to insert and rotate 3D models in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint?
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The recent Microsoft report has brought a good piece of news for Office 2016 for Mac users. The users can now make their documents, spreadsheets, and presentations in a more effective way with the help of adding and rotating 3D models feature. The only requirement to access this feature is that the Office 2016 version should be updated.
Users can insert 3D models from the files that are stored in the local drives. Moreover, they can also access the same from Microsoft’s Remix 3D online library. After updating the existing Office 2016 version (download available at office.com/setup) or installing the latest version, you will see the 3D models on the Office ribbon under the Insert tab. This newly added feature will be available just next to the shapes and icons.
Once you add a 3D object in Word, Excel or PowerPoint, you can easily rotate or tilt it in any desired way or direction. This is similar to what you do in Paint 3D on the Windows 10. Apart from 3D models, the new update has also paved the path to let the Office 2016 users insert custom fonts in their PowerPoint presentations.
This week’s update for Office 2016 for Mac has also brought some of the amazing features for the creative users as they can make the most of their mouse or touchpad to draw with ink in the basic Office applications.
Important Note- These latest updates can be availed only by those who have subscribed for Office 365 and 3D models feature can be accessed if you are using Office setup 2016 on macOS version 10.12 or later. For more updates, stay tuned!
Created on Sep 18th 2018 06:38. Viewed 322 times.