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    Paul McMahon commented  · 

    I do shop drawing detailing for structural steel and this would be on the top of my wish list!

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    Choose View > Zoom > Pan & Zoom, or click the Pan & Zoom tool in the Select and Zoom toolbar.

    Do any of the following:
    1.Drag the handles of the box in the Pan & Zoom window to change the document magnification.

    2.Drag the center of the box to pan across the area you want to see.

    3.Click the navigation buttons to move to a different page.

    4.Enter a value in the zoom text box, or click the plus or minus buttons to increase or decrease the magnification by preset levels.

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    Paul McMahon commented  · 

    When working with large engineering prints the ability to move and zoom with a 3D mouse is a very desirable feature.

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