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|Zoom allows you to select a rectangular region to view. First click on "Zoom Window" and release. Then click your mouse down at one corner of the region you want to zoom on and hold your mouse button down while you drag your mouse to the opposite corner. Release your mouse button and the view updates.|
|Pan allows you to pan the design. First click the "Pan" button and release. Then click and hold the left mouse button down on the canvas, move the mouse in any direction. Then release the mouse and the view updates.|
|Orbit is available only when viewing 3D designs. Once a 3D design is loaded, the orbit button becomes available for use. First click "Orbit" and release. An orbit tool displays in the middle of the canvas. By performing a left mouse click and holding (similar to panning) inside the orbit ring, you can rotate the model left, right, up, or down. Release the mouse button and the view updates. Performing a left mouse click and holding outside the orbit ring allows you to roll the design on the "z" axis. Release the mouse button and the view updates.|
|Wheel toggles the display of the View Object Wheel in 3D or the 2D Navigation Wheel in 2D. The wheels are divided into sections referred to as wedges. Clicking in a wedge activates functionality identified for that wedge.
The 2D Navigation Wheel is a tracking menu that contains Pan and Zoom wedges with the same functionality provided by the Pan and Zoom tools on the toolbar. The 2D Navigation Wheel saves you time and clicks by combining these two tools in a single interface.
The View Object Wheel contains wedges for Center, Zoom, Rewind, and Orbit. Center allows you to reposition the center of a model. Orbits then orbit around the repositioned center. Zoom and Orbit provide the same functionality as the Zoom and Orbit tools on the toolbar. Rewind displays a filmstrip of previous views and allows you to return to one by selecting it.