3D Shapes

Started by EVMSMedia, April 06, 2009, 07:12:52 PM

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Does anyone know what format Visio shapes have to be in to appear 3D in the 3D Visioner Viewer? We are trying to create some shapes that currently do not exist in Visio. They are medical shapes such as an incubator, cryo freezer, centrifuge, etc. Some shapes in Visio do appear 3D in the Viewer, while some do not. I am not sure what the difference in their formatting is. Does anyone know?


I'm guessing that you're talking about some of the networking shapes?

There are no special properties that make a Visio drawing take on 3D appearance.  They're drawing using standard isometric drawing techniques.  There's quite a bit posted here:  http://visguy.com/vgforum/index.php?topic=638.0.  I think Visio Guy's blog site has some entries on the subject also.

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