Hi, I知 Stephanie Horn, a Program Manager on the Graphics team.

I'm excited to announce that we are rolling out 3D model support in PowerPoint 2016, Word 2016, Excel 2016 and Outlook 2016 for Windows Desktop. We壇 like our Office Insiders to get the first look.

Support is available for Office Insider Fast starting in Version 1707 (Build 8319.1000) and Office Insider Slow starting in Version 1708 (Build 8326.2033).

When you look at the Insert tab you値l immediately see that there is a new button to insert a 3D model.



You can use 3D models to increase the visual and creative impact of your documents, presentations and reports. Easily change the perspective of 3D material with a rotation handle to rotate it through 360 degrees. In addition, bring 3D models to life in your presentations with the Morph transition to create cinematic animations between slides.

Watch this feature in action

Adding a 3D model to your presentation is as easy as adding photo or video. Just go to the Insert tab and you can see the 3D Models button. You can insert the creations you build in Paint 3D, models from the Remix 3D community, and any other models you might have.

The ability to insert 3D models directly from Remix 3D (the new online community for finding, uploading, and sharing 3D models) using the Insert tab in Office is coming soon.

Once you insert a 3D model, you can see a new 3D rotation handle to rotation the model to different angles.



Also, check out the new 3D Model Tools Formatting tab. It provides additional functionality like Pan & Zoom to focus on a particular component of the model. The handle on the right of the model zooms the model, and the dragging the model in this mode pans it. There is also 3D Model Views to snap the model to specific views.



Scenarios to try

  • Insert a model. You can build a model in Paint 3D, download models from the Remix 3D community, or use any other models you might have available.
  • Use the 360-rotation handle to update the view.
  • Put the same 3D model on two adjacent PowerPoint slides and use the Morph transition to seamlessly move from one view to the other.
  • Use the Pan & Zoom button on the 3D Model Tools Formatting tab to focus on a particular component of the model. The handle on the right of the model zooms the model, and the dragging the model in this mode pans it.

Send us feedback!

If you have any feedback, just reply in the comments for this post. If you池e in an app, you can also click File > Feedback.

Thanks,

The Office Graphics Team


Source: New 3D in Office now available to Office Insiders on Windows - Microsoft Community