Step 1th, open the Word2010 document window, and click the WordArt object that you want to set the three-dimensional rotation effect so that it is in an edited state.
2nd step, in the drawing tools/Formatting ribbon, click the Shape Effects button in the Shape Styles group, as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1 Click the Shape Effects button
Step 3rd, open the Shape Effects menu and point to the three-dimensional rotation option. In the three-dimensional rotation effect list, point the mouse to any of three-dimensional rotation effects in a parallel, pivot, or skew group, the WordArt in the Word2010 document displays the final effect in real time. Make sure that you click the effect after you use the three-dimensional rotation, as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2 Choosing the right three-dimensional rotation effect
If the user wants the WordArt three-dimensional rotation effect to be more detailed, you can select the three-dimensional rotation option command in the three-dimensional rotation effect list, as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3 Selecting the "Three-dimensional rotation options" command
Opens the Format Picture dialog box, on the three-dimensional rotation tab, where the user can set the rotation angle of the WordArt in the X, Y, z three dimensions. Select the Keep text flat effect check box to rotate only the WordArt background and click the Reset button to revert to the Word2010 default setting. When you have finished setting, click the Close button, as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4 Setting WordArt three-dimensional rotation effect advanced options