Zoom

Toolbar Menu Shortcut Alias

Popup
Render Sidebar
Set View
Standard
View

View

Zoom

Viewport title

Pan, Zoom, Rotate

Layout title

Zoom

Detail title

Pan, Zoom, Rotate

Ctrl  + W

Ctrl +

(Mouse wheel)

Z=Zoom

ZE=Zoom Extents

ZEA=Zoom All Extents

ZS=Zoom Selected

ZSA=Zoom All Selected

The Zoom command moves the viewport camera point toward and away from the target point.

Command-line options

Window (default)

Draws a window to define the view

  • Hold down the left mouse button and drag a rectangle in a viewport to define the view.

All

Zooms all viewports.

Extents

Zooms all viewports to show all objects.

Shortcut

Ctrl + Alt + E

Selected

Zooms all viewports to show all selected objects.

1to1

Zooms all viewports so that the views are full scale.

Dynamic

Zooms the view as you drag the mouse.

Extents

Zooms the view to show all objects.

Shortcut

Ctrl + Shift + E

Factor

Zooms the view in or out the specified amount. Values greater than 1 zoom in; values between 0 and 1 zoom out.

In

Zooms the view in.

Out

Zooms the view out.

Selected

Zooms the view to show all selected objects.

Target

Zooms the view by specifying a target and window.

  • Pick a location for the view center.
    A rectangular window forms to define the zoom with the target as the view center.
    When you rotate a view after Zoom Target, the scene will rotate about the target. This is particularly useful in perspective views.

1To1

Zooms the active viewport so that the view is full scale.

The command must be calibrated for this command to work properly.

In perspective views, only objects on the target plane will be displayed full scale; in parallel views objects on any plane perpendicular to the camera axis are displayed full scale.

The model must have units set.

Mouse
or
Keys
Shortcut Zoom Action

Mouse wheel

Zoom In and Out

Ctrl + Right-mouse

Zoom Dynamic

Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Right-mouse

ZoomLens

Z

Zoom

Page Up

Zoom In

Page Down

Zoom Out

Ctrl + W

Zoom Window

Ctrl + Shift +E

Zoom Extents

Ctrl + Shift + Alt + E

Zoom Extents All Viewports

Related commands

DollyZoom

Toolbar Menu

Lens Length
Render Sidebar
Set View
View

View

Viewport title

Set Camera >

Adjust Lens Length and Dolly

The DollyZoom command moves the camera location and changes the lens length at the same time, keeping the objects at the target plane about the same size.

DollyZoom is effective in Perspective viewports only.

Steps

Zoom1To1Calibrate

Toolbar Menu

Set View
View

View

Viewport title

Zoom One to One Calibration

The Zoom1To1Calibrate command calibrates the screen for the Zoom command, 1To1 option.

Steps

  1. Measure the bar on the screen with a ruler.
  2. Type the length and unit system in the calibration box.

ZoomLens

Toolbar Menu Shortcut

Render Sidebar
Set View
View

View

Viewport title

Set Camera >

Adjust Lens Length

Ctrl + Shift + Alt +

The ZoomLens command adjusts the lens length of the viewport camera in a perspective view.

Command-line options

In

Makes the lens length longer.

Out

Makes the lens length shorter.

ZoomNaked

Toolbar Menu

Edge Tools

Not on menus.

The ZoomNaked command finds and marks naked edges.

Steps

Command-line options

All

Zooms to all naked edges.

Current

Zooms to the current naked edge. This useful if you zoom out with the mouse and want to zoom back in.

Next

Zooms to the next naked edge. If the selected objects have only one naked edge, this option is not displayed.

Previous

Zooms to the previous naked edge. If the selected objects have only one naked edge, this option is not displayed.

Mark

Marks the current naked edge by adding point objects at each end. If the All option was previously selected, all naked edges are marked.

ZoomNonManifold

Toolbar Menu

Select

Not on menus.

The ZoomNonManifold command finds and marks non-manifold edges on selected objects.

Command-line options

All

Zooms to all naked edges.

Current

Zooms to the current naked edge. This useful if you zoom out with the mouse and want to zoom back in.

Next

Zooms to the next naked edge. If the selected objects have only one naked edge, this option is not displayed.

Previous

Zooms to the previous naked edge. If the selected objects have only one naked edge, this option is not displayed.

Mark

Marks the current naked edge by adding point objects at each end. If the All option was previously selected, all naked edges are marked.

SetZoomExtentsBorder

Toolbar Menu

Not on toolbars.

Not on menus.

The SetZoomExtentsBorder command sets the amount of blank space between objects and the viewport edges when the Zoom command, Extents option is used.

After the object extents bounding box is calculated, this box is scaled based on the scale factors set by this command, increasing the space between objects and the viewport borders.

Specify a scale for the view border.

Command-line options

Scale factor

Greater than 1

Increases the space between objects and the viewport borders.

Less than 1

Decreases the space between objects and the viewport borders.

ParallelView

Sets the border size for parallel views.

PerspectiveView

Sets the border size for perspective views.

See also

Navigate in the viewports

 

 

 

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