Shapes.Add3DModel method (PowerPoint)
expression.Add3DModel (FileName, LinkToFile, SaveWithDocument, Left, Top, Width, Height)
expression A variable that represents a Shapes object.
|FileName||Required||String||The file from which the 3D model object is to be created.|
|LinkToFile||Required||MsoTriState||Determines whether the 3D model will be linked to the file from which it was created.|
|SaveWithDocument||Required||MsoTriState||Determines whether the linked 3D model will be saved with the document into which it is inserted. This argument must be msoTrue if LinkToFile is msoFalse.|
|Left||Required||Single||The position, measured in points, of the left edge of the 3D model relative to the left edge of the slide.|
|Top||Required||Single||The position, measured in points, of the top edge of the 3D model relative to the top edge of the slide.|
|Width||Optional||Single||The width of the 3D model, measured in points (enter -1 to auto-calculate a width based on the 3D model dimensions).|
|Height||Optional||Single||The height of the 3D model, measured in points (enter -1 to auto-calculate a height based on the 3D model dimensions).|
This example adds a 3D model created from the file Sphere.glb to mySlide. The inserted 3D model is embedded in the active document.
Set mySlide = Application.ActivePresentation.Slides(1) Set myShape = mySlide.Shapes.Add3DModel(FileName:="c:\my 3d models\sphere.glb", LinkToFile:=False, SaveWithDocument:=True, Left:=100, Top:=100, Width:=70, Height:=70 )
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