In this step-by-step tutorial, you will learn how to create a 3-D pie chart in all versions of Excel: 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, and 2019. A 3-D pie chart is a graph plotted on three-dimensional space. 3-D charts look a lot more visually appealing than their \u201cflat\u201d 2-D counterparts, making them a great tool to add to your Excel belt. And today, you will learn how to build this 3-D pie graph by following just a few simple steps: 4 Simple Steps to Build a 3-D Pie Chart Before we begin, consider the table we\u2019re going to use to build our graph: The data in the table is pretty self-explanatory, so move on to the nitty-gritty. Here\u2019s the easiest way to create a 3-D pie chart: Select any cell in the data table (A1:A6).Switch to the Insert tab.Choose \u201cInsert Pie or Doughnut Chart.\u201dClick \u201c3-D Pie.\u201d Just a few clicks are your 3-D chart is ready to go: How to Customize a 3-D Pie Chart Technically, you\u2019re all set. But why settle for less? Stay tuned to learn how to spruce up your chart a bit with a drop of spreadsheet magic to make your 3-D chart pleasing to the eye. Create Data Labels Let\u2019s start with adding data labels to illustrate the actual values represented by each of the slices. Right-click on your 3-D pie graph and click \u201cAdd Data Labels.\u201dGo to the Label Options tab.Check the \u201cCategory Name\u201d box to display the names of the categories along with the actual market share data. Recolor the Slices Next stop: changing the color of the slices. Double-click on the slice you want to recolor and select \u201cFormat Data Point.\u201dHit the \u201cFill & Line\u201d button.Click \u201cFill Color\u201d and recolor the slice in green. Read more: How to Rotate a Pie Chart in Excel Add 3-D Formatting Finally, let\u2019s add some 3-D effects to make our chart even more aesthetically appealing. In the Format Data Series task pane, navigate to the Effects tab.Under \u201cTop bevel,\u201d select \u201cCutout.\u201dUnder \u201cBottom bevel,\u201d choose \u201cCutout\u201d as well for the sake of consistency.Under \u201cMaterial,\u201d pick \u201cMetal\u201d from the options available. As you can see, building impressive 3-D pie charts is laughingly easy once you know every step of the process. Over to you.