Click these shortcuts to move back and forth among the window’s recently used Zoom values. Up to 20 Zooms are stored.
If you have a mouse with a scrolling button, use it for zooming in on (or out of) the area where the cursor is located.
Note: In Work Environment, you can set a different preference for using the scroll-wheel (with or without the Alt button) for Zoom and Pan. See Input Constraints and Guides Dialog Box.
You can use numeric keypad shortcuts to achieve the scrolling zoom effect: press the ‘+’ key for zooming in and the ‘-’ key for zooming out.
Click the Zoom button on the bottom scrollbar.
Note: To double the current zoom level, double-click the Zoom button.
Choose View > Zoom > Zoom In or Zoom Out.
Note: If these commands are not available in the View menu, you can use Options > Work Environment > Menus to add them.
If you need to return frequently to a part of your project, you can define it as the home zoom by choosing the View > Zoom > Set Home Zoom command.
Return to this view with View > Zoom > Home Zoom.
Home Zooms are not included in the list of saved zooms.
Click the Zoom pop-up, then choose Save Current Zoom.
By default, this zoom will be available only for the current story. To have this zoom available in all stories, click Across All Stories.
Custom-saved zooms you name here can be applied to any view, from the Zooming pop-up list in the 2D/3D Documents Panel of View Settings.