There are three methods:
- Scroll the mouse wheel.
- Click the Magnifier +/_ icons.
- Click the Zoom icon then use the marquee or a zoom level.
- Click the Marquee icon then drag the mouse to draw a marquee around the area to zoom in (available for images larger than 2000x2000 px).
- Click one of the Zoom level icons.
There are three possible methods:
- In the Macro View window, click in the area that you want to view.
- Use the arrow keys to move up, down, and sideways.
- Drag the image until you reach the area that you want to view.
To adjust the panning speed, see Movement Resolution.
There are two methods:
- Drag the slider.
- Use the PageUp|PageDown keys.
To focus faster at high resolution, see Using Pre-load current view for fast-focusing.
To adjust the refresh rate of the views in Macro View, see MacroView stack loading interval in Macro View.
Click the Grid View button ; up to 4 images appear side-by-side and the browser window is un-docked.
NOTE: Slides are independent by default; panning and zooming only apply to the current image. To apply panning or zooming to multiple images simultaneously, use the synchronization tool (only available in Grid view).
How do I synchronize images?
- To synchronize all open images, click the Synchronize all images icon in the main toolbar.
- To synchronize specific images, click the Synchronize images icon in the Image toolbar.
- To disable synchronization, click the Cancel synchronize icon.
Why should I use synchronization?
It is useful to compare images—for example, a before and an after image of the same sample. You can link the images so that any panning or zooming is applied to both images.