Zoom-in or zoom-out of your drawing.
There are several ways to zoom in or out of the drawing:
1. Use the Navigation tools in the Tools palette. To zoom-in, click the magnifying glass Zoom In tool and click-and-drag onto your map over the area you want to enlarge. Click once to enlarge the map a click at a time. To zoom-out, click the Zoom Out tool and click once to reduce the map a click at a time. The shortcut for ‘Fit-to window” is to double-click the Pan tool. The shortcut for Actual Size or 100% is to double-click the Zoom In tool.
2. Choose a magnification level from the View pop-up menu at the bottom left of the window. It’s often useful to “fit to window” so that you can see your entire map at once.
3. Under the main menu, choose View > Zoom In, or View > Zoom Out. To return a drawing to its actual size, choose View > Actual Size. To return a drawing to fit the display window, choose View > Zoom To Fit.
To move across the page, use the Pan tool (hand) to grab, hold down your mouse button, and drag the map into position.
Ortelius makes extensive use of "drag-and-drop." Symbols, styles, images, and more use the drag-and-drop interface. If it looks like you might be able to drag-and-drop something, try it!