Interacting with a 3d PDF in Adobe



How do you interact with a 3D PDF in Adobe?


Once a PDF document containing 3D content is created from the product, it can be opened with Adobe Reader version 7 or higher in the same manner as a standard PDF file. The 3D toolbar always appears in the area above the upper-left corner of the 3D model and cannot be moved. A small arrow appears to the right of the Rotate tool, which you can click to either hide or expand the toolbar.

You can use the 3D toolbar to zoom in and out, rotate, and pan across the object. Use the Model Tree to hide or isolate parts, or make parts transparent.

You manipulate a 3D model by selecting and dragging various 3D navigation tools. When you navigate in 3D, it helps to think of it as viewing the stationary 3D model from a camera’s perspective. You can rotate, pan (move up, down, or side-to-side), and zoom in or out.

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 Original Author:Mark Marrero