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94 CorelDRAW X5 The Official Guide Zoom to selection Zoom in (command) Zoom to page Zoom to height Zoom levels Zoom out (command) Zoom to width Zoom to all objects FIGURE 4-3 Here are all the property bar options you’ll need to navigate a magnified CorelDRAW document. The following list describes the purpose of these options on the property bar: Zoom Levels To increase your current view by a preset magnification, use the Zoom Levels drop-down selector from the standard property bar when the Zoom tool is not chosen. When the tool is chosen, you’ll want to use the Zoom tool property bar. You’ll find selections ranging from 10 percent to 1,600 percent, along with some quick views for zooming based on page size. You can also type a value directly in the Zoom Levels combo box and then press ENTER; however, the zoom levels always increase and decrease beginning at the center of the drawing window. The option to “zoom in to 1,600 percent, but zoom toward the lower left of the window” isn’t an option. Views saved in the View Manager (discussed later in this chapter) are also included on the drop-down list. Zoom In Zoom In is the default state while the Zoom tool is selected. Clicking once in the drawing window increases your view magnification by twice the current percentage of zoom—100 percent goes to 200 percent with a click, then to 400 percent with another click in the window. Here’s an important point: when you zoom in this way, using the tool and not the Zoom Levels selections, you zoom in centered relative to the tool’s cursor location onscreen. You direct the final point of your zoom by centering it with your cursor. You can also use the Zoom tool to perform marquee zooming, shown in Figure 4-4. You place your cursor at the corner of the area you want to magnify, and then click-drag diagonally to the opposing corner of an imaginary bounding box that defines the area to which you want to zoom. You can target any two opposing corners, but most users tend to diagonally drag from upper left to lower right of an area. CHAPTER 4: Navigation and Page Setup 95 4 Begin at a corner. Click-drag to the opposing corner. Zoomed-in area FIGURE 4-4 Marquee-dragging is the easy way to pinpoint a location and zoom in. CorelDRAW’s zooming extent runs from a minimum of 1 percent to a maximum of 264,583 percent. You’d be hard-pressed to need a greater magnification range. The Royal Observatory in Edinburgh is currently looking into CorelDRAW X5—they downloaded the trial version. Zoom Out To decrease your view magnification using the Zoom tool, click the right mouse button anywhere on or off your document page, or hold SHIFT in combination with the left mouse button (in case your right mouse button is broken). Alternatively, click the Zoom Out button (shown next) on the property bar. Doing so decreases your view to your last-used magnification or by a power of 2, and the center of the zoom out is the center of the drawing window. Just as with zooming in, zooming out while using the Zoom tool is directed by the location of the Zoom tool cursor onscreen. If you want, for example, to zoom out to the upper right of a page, you put the cursor at the upper right of the page and then right-click. To zoom out while any tool is selected, press F3. Ill 4-4 Zoom in (normal tool state, click left mouse button) Zoom out (hold SHIFT while using Zoom tool, or right-click) 96 CorelDRAW X5 The Official Guide Zoom One-Shot The Zoom One-Shot command is for selecting the Zoom tool momentarily for a single Zoom In or Zoom Out command while you are using any tool. Once the zoom has been accomplished, your previous tool reappears. This zoom command is available in CorelDRAW, but you won’t find it on any toolbar or on the property bar. Instead, it’s an unassigned feature that you can access only through customization using a button. If you prefer to use keyboard shortcuts, F2 is your key. To make the Zoom One-Shot command appear as a button in a logical and convenient place, the property bar is ideal—the Zoom One-Shot button can be seen there whenever the Pick tool is chosen. First, make sure nothing is selected with the Pick tool, or this isn’t going to work. Open the Options dialog (CTRL+J), click Workspace | Customization | Commands to display the command customization page, and choose View from the drop-down menu. Then, find the Zoom One-Shot button, drag the button to the property bar (between the Nudge Distance and Duplicate Distance boxes is good), and then release the button, though only after you see an I-beam to confirm that you’re adding the button to the desired location. Ill 4-5 Zoom To Selected When you have one or more objects selected in the drawing window, choosing this command changes your view magnification and viewing position of the page to show the entire selection in the window. Choose Zoom To Selected from either the Zoom property bar or the Zoom Levels drop-down menu. You can also Zoom to a selected object while any tool is selected by pressing SHIFT+F2. CHAPTER 4: Navigation and Page Setup 97 Zoom To All Objects Zoom To All Objects changes your view magnification to display all objects visible in your document window, regardless of whether the objects are on or off the current document page. Choose Zoom To All Objects from either the Zoom property bar or the Zoom Levels drop-down menu. Alternatively, use the F4 shortcut while any tool is selected. Zoom To Page This changes your view to fit your current page size completely within the document window. Choose Zoom To Page from either the Zoom property bar or the Zoom Levels drop-down menu, or press SHIFT+F4 while any tool is selected. Zoom To Page Width/Height These two commands enable you to zoom your view to the entire width or height of the current page. You’ll find these tool buttons in the Zoom property bar or the Zoom Levels drop-down menu. 4 Using the Mouse Wheel for Zooming Affordable, high-quality input devices such as the mouse and even some styli for graphics tablets have had a combo wheel/button between the left and the right since the 1990s. Applications (when the engineers wrote the feature in) can scroll a document window and also zoom a document window. Happily, Corel engineers built in this capability for zooming (it’s enabled by default). To zoom into a page, push the scroll wheel away from you; zooming out is done by dragging the mouse (or stylus) wheel toward you, as shown here. If you don’t care for this feature, you can restore mouse wheel action to scrolling by choosing Options (CTRL+J) | Workspace | Display, and then choosing Scroll from the Default Action For Mouse Wheel drop-down list. Ill 4-6 If your zooms feel jerky when you’re using the scroll wheel, this is not a CorelDRAW problem, but rather that of the physical wheel (the way it was designed). But you may be able to fine-tune the scroll action using the manufacturer’s mouse driver options. The best place to check for mouse options is in Windows Start Menu | Control Panel | Whatever icon you see for your mouse (if any). If there’s no icon for your mouse (or other input device) in the Control Panel, check Start | All Programs. 98 CorelDRAW X5 The Official Guide Customizing View Shortcuts Many of the Zoom and Hand tool commands in CorelDRAW have preassigned shortcut keys that can be changed. To access these shortcut key commands for viewing, follow these steps: 1. Open the Options dialog (CTRL+J) or choose Tools | Options. 2. On the left side of the dialog, under Workspace, click to expand Customization, and then click Commands to view the Commands page. 3. Choose View from the drop-down menu at the top-left corner of the right side of the dialog, and notice that a list of view items appears below it. In this list, click to select the tool or command to change, as shown next. Ill 4-7 Type new shortcut key on the keyboard. Then click this button. 4. Click the Shortcut Keys tab at the top of the rightmost section of the dialog to display the shortcut key options. Click to make an insertion point in the New Shortcut Key box, and then press the key combination (or single key) that you want to assign as the new shortcut. If, as shown in this example, you want Zoom To Selection to be CTRL+SHIFT+Z instead of the default SHIFT+F2, you press CTRL and SHIFT and Z at the same time (you don’t type “Shift” or “Ctrl”). If a conflict appears in the Currently Assigned To field, you can rethink your custom keyboard combo, or dismiss (overwrite) the default key assignment by just clicking Assign. 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