MagicDraw 19.0 LTR Documentation


Zooming allows for selecting a particular part of a diagram, zoom in, and make changes while working with a finer level of detail. You can also gain an overview of a diagram by zooming out.

 

To fit the current diagram in the window, do one of the following


  • From the diagram shortcut menu, select Fit in Window (shortcut keys Ctrl+W). The same is valid from the View menu.
  • In the diagram toolbar, click the  Fit in Window button.
  • In the Model Browser > Zoom tab, click Fit in Window.

 

To zoom in the current diagram, do one of the following


  • From the diagram shortcut menu, select Zoom In (shortcut keys Ctrl+NumPad + or scroll). The same is valid from the View menu.
  • In the diagram toolbar, click the  Zoom In button.

 

To zoom out from the current diagram, do one of the following


  • From the diagram shortcut menu, select Zoom Out (shortcut keys Ctrl+NumPad - or scroll). The same is valid from the View menu.
  • In the diagram toolbar, click the  Zoom Out button.

 

To restore the diagram to the original size, do one of the following


  • From the diagram shortcut menu, select Zoom 1:1 (shortcut keys Ctrl+NumPad /). The same is valid from the View menu.
  • In the diagram toolbar, click the  Zoom 1:1 button.

 

To view the selected shapes at maximum size


  • Select the shapes and from either the View menu or the diagram shortcut menu, select Zoom to Selection (shortcut keys Ctrl+NumPad *).

 

To select the zoom settings


  • In the Environment Options dialog, Diagram options group, change the Zoom Step Size property. The maximum number is 1.0 (you can zoom a diagram twice.)

You can also zoom the diagram in or out using the zoom tab in the Model Browser.

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