Zoom, pan, rotate and walk through the model
You can use the mouse to manually zoom, pan, or rotate the model. Additionally, you can rotate the model by using the ViewCube, and walk through your model in 3D views.
Zoom in and out, or zoom extents
|Zoom in or out
|Zoom to the center of the visible objects
You can also use the keyboard shorcut ZA to zoom extents.
Pan the view
Rotate the view manually
You can use the ViewCube to adjust the view. However, if none of the standard ViewCube are appropriate, you can also rotate the model manually.
Adjust the view with the ViewCube
- Move the mouse pointer over the ViewCube.
According to your needs, do
one of the following:
To Do this Display one of the eight isometric views
Click the required vertex on the ViewCube.
If the required vertex is not visible, click one of the other vertices to spin the ViewCube until you can see the required vertex.
Display one of the twelve edge views
Click the required edge on the ViewCube.
If the required edge is not visible, spin the ViewCube by clicking the vertex that is adjacent to the required edge.
Display one of the six face views
- Click the required face on the ViewCube.
If the required face is not visible, spin the ViewCube by clicking the vertex adjacent to the required face.Note:When a face view is displayed, the additional ViewCube controls appear:
- If the required face is not visible in a face view, roll the ViewCube by clicking one of the triangular controls.
Walk through the model in a 3D view
To move forward, backward, left or right, use the arrow keys.
To move up and down, use the Q and Z keys.
To rotate the view, hold down the right mouse button and drag the view.
To exit Walk mode, press Esc.