Using Power Zoom


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Using Power Zoom

So if those of you who are watching are longtime InDesign users, you may have noticed that the Navigator panel is no longer available in InDesign. That was a panel that you used to kind of pan around and zoom around your document with that having to hold down any modifier keys and so forth. So Navigator panel is no longer there, but a lot of the functionality that used to be in the Navigator panel actually still lives on in InDesign. It's kind of hidden away unfortunately though in something called Power Zoom. Now you access Power Zoom via the Hand tool. So I am going to press the H key to switch to the Hand tool.

Now the Hand tool just works by clicking and dragging. You click and pan the image around or the document around inside your window. If you click and hold with the Hand tool, you invoke Power Zoom and you'll notice that red rectangle on your screen. That red rectangle represents the current zoom percentage of your document. You can move this red rectangle around. As a ...

Using Power Zoom
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Using Power Zoom provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the InDesign CS4 Power Shortcuts

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Design
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