3D Lists in PowerPoint 2007 with Perspector 4.0

Created: Wednesday, November 21, 2007, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 8:59 am



This quick tutorial was provided with George McCaskill of Visual Exemplars, a UK based company that creates Perspector, a 3D add-in for PowerPoint.

  1. Starting with a normal slide with around three bullet points:
    • one
    • two
    • three
  2. On the Perspector panel, select “Convert PowerPoint bullet list to a 3D list”. Choose the “Simple Flow Across” image to end up with what you can see in Figure 1.


    Figure 1: A Perspector 3D list.

  3. Now do some simple Perspector editing like adjusting the angle of the flow in 3D, change font size and color (select all first), and save the Perspector image. As a final flourish, add a PowerPoint 2007 image reflection to the saved Perspector image (see Figure 2).


    Figure 2: A Perspector list with PowerPoint 2007 effects.

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