LibreOffice 7.5 Help
Adjusts the shape of the selected 3D object. You can only modify the shape of a 3D object that was created by converting a 2D object. To convert a 2D object to 3D, select the object, right-click, and then choose Convert - To 3D, or Convert - To 3D Rotation Object.
Define the shape properties for the selected 3D object.
Enter the amount by which you want to round the corners of the selected 3D object.
Enter the amount by which to increase or decrease the area of the front side of the selected 3D object.
Enter the angle in degrees to rotate the selected 3D rotation object.
Enter the extrusion depth for the selected 3D object. This option is not valid for 3D rotation objects.
You can change the number of segments that are used to draw a 3D rotation object.
Enter the number of horizontal segments to use in the selected 3D rotation object.
Enter the number of vertical segments to use in the selected 3D rotation object
Allows you to modify the rendering style of the 3D surface.
Renders the 3D surface according to the shape of the object. For example, a circular shape is rendered with a spherical surface.
Renders the 3D surface as polygons.
Renders a smooth 3D surface.
Inverts the light source.
Lights the object from the outside and the inside. To use an ambient light source, click this button, and then click the Invert Normals button.
Closes the shape of a 3D object that was created by extruding a freeform line (Convert - To 3D).