Microsoft Office receives major update for Insider in Slow ring; bring 3D model support


Microsoft has released the major update to Office 2016 for Insiders in the Slow ring. Along with the general fixes and performance improvement the update bring one of the most exciting feature. The latest update supports 3D Models in the Microsoft Office 2016.

At Build 2017, Microsoft introduced the 3D Models into the Office apps. Basically, the 3D models are the next evolution of the shapes. The 3D Model feature is available in Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and Excel only in 2016 version.

Use Insert > 3D Models to add 3D objects to your presentation

With the 3D Model user have an ability to insert objects into their documents, workbooks or presentations. These models can rotate through 360 degrees. It is making easier to illustrate a point or show a specific feature on an object. It is a whole new wayt o customize the the document. Inserting Model into document is so easy, and there are plenty of option to manipulate it.

You can insert 3D models into your Office files by just simply clicking on the Insert tab and then select the 3D Models and then click on From a File option. Once you inserted a 3D model into your Office file you will get a contextual tab under the 3D Model tools. Using these tools you can customize how your images are going to look.

The 3D Model Views gallery gives you a huge collection of preset views that you can use on your images. Also, you can quickly select the head on view or the top down view from the gallery. There are many others options for the Office 3D models, which you can read here in detail.

Are you looking forward to this features? Let us know in a comment below. Stay tuned to Insiders Arena for more updates.