Charts: Format Walls and Floor of 3D Charts

Created: Friday, February 8, 2013, posted by at 4:27 pm

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Let’s imagine your slide background is filled with some picture or texture. This may cause your chart columns to appear merged with the background. In such a situation, you can make your chart columns prominent by formatting the walls and floor of your 3D chart. To learn more, refer to the following links:

Microsoft Windows

A tutorial on making 3D Columns Transparent is not available for Windows versions of PowerPoint.

 

Apple Mac

Format Walls and Floor of 3D Charts in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac

 



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