1. Start PowerPoint 2007 and create a new, blank slide, as shown in Figure 1.
2. After the blank slide is created, add a simple two-dimensional graphic to it. On the Insert tab, in the Illustrations Options group, click the Shape button, select the Pentagram shape in the Star and banner area in the Drop-down list that opens, and then draw the shape on the slide.
3, select the "Pentagram" shape, on the Format tab, in the Shape Styles option group, click the Shape Effects button to select the preset 12 effect in the Drop-down list that opens, and the pentagram shape is rendered as a three-dimensional effect, as shown in Figure 3.
4, the user can also change the color of the graphic, and the changed color will automatically apply the corresponding three-dimensional graphic effect. If you change the color of the pentagram to red, click the Shape Fill button on the Format tab, and select red in the Drop-down list.
5. If you want to change the stereo effects of different types, you can set different options in the shape effects Drop-down list, such as selecting a bevel for the soft circle.
6, finally, using the "three-dimensional rotation" effect function, define the placement of graphics and perspective effects. For example, set the three-dimensional rotation effect to off Axis 1, as shown in Figure 6, a beautiful 3D graphic is made.