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Converts the selected object to a three-dimensional (3D) object.

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Choose Shape - Convert - To 3D (LibreOffice Draw only)

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The selected object is first converted to a contour, and then to a 3D object.

If you select two or more objects and convert them to 3D, the result is a 3D group that acts as a single object. You can edit the individual objects in the group by choosing . Choose when you are finished.

Converting a group of objects to 3D does not change the stacking order of the individual objects.

Press F3 to quickly enter a group and +F3 to leave the group.

You can also convert bitmap images and vector graphics, including clipart, to 3D objects. LibreOffice treats bitmaps as rectangles and vector graphics as a group of polygons when converting to 3D.

Even drawing objects that contain text can be converted.

If you want, you can also apply a 3D Effect to the converted object.