Hi Mohammad Farizka,. Based on your description, you are not able to insert 3D Model in PowerPoint on windows. According to my test, “From Online sources” option of the 3D Models feature is available, and it works on me in the version of Office 365 ProPlus 1908(11929.20648). The issue may be related to the PowerPoint client, in which caseI would suggest that you may go to File > Account > Update Options > Update Now to check and now latest updates version of Office 365 proplus Semi-Annual channel is 1908(11929.20648) and see the result. After updates Office 365 proplus into latest version and issue still persist, you go to Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features, select the Office suite application and click Change, then select Online Repair torepair Office applications and check if it works. You can also find more details about 3D Model in this article:Get creative with 3D models. Meanwhile, could you please confirm to check in other Office 365 application e.g. Word and Excel and see still same behaviour. Your understanding and patience will be highly appreciated. Waqas Muhammad . On Windows and macOS, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook support inserting 3D models directly into your documents, workbooks or presentations to illustrate a point. You can rotate models 360 degrees or tilt up and down to show a specific feature of an object. Want to see live examples? WindowsMacWindows Mobile. You insert 3D models into your files much the same way as other images. On the Insert tab of the ribbon select 3D Models and then From a File. To select a 3D Model from our online library, choose 3D Models > From Online Sources. In the dialog box that appears you can browse, or search for, 3D images from the catalog. Select one or more images and click Insert. When you insert a 3D model into your Office file you'll get a contextual tab on the ribbon under 3D Model Tools called Format.