Zooming, panning, and regenning


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Zooming, panning, and regenning

AutoCAD drawings come in all sizes. We can work on everything from a small mechanical part to an entire college canvas. So it's important to know how to navigate your way around inside a file. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to use Pan and Zoom to adjust our view. On my screen, I've got an architectural example. This is a drawing of a floor plan for a single family home. Now, the trick to zooming and panning your drawing involves using the Scroll Wheel on your mouse. As an example, if I roll my Wheel forward, I can zoom in on my drawing. If I roll my Wheel back, I can zoom out.

Notice that my zooming is focused on the location of my Cursor. So if I wanted to zoom in on the Master Bath area, I could place my Cursor over here and roll my Wheel forward to zoom in. We can also use the Scroll Wheel to pan. If I click-and-hold the Wheel down, remember your Scroll Wheel is also a button. I can drag my Cursor and adjust my view on screen. I'm going to release the Wheel, I...

Zooming, panning, and regenning
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Zooming, panning, and regenning provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD 2011 Essential Training

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