B1 - Navigation and selection

You use the tools in the Spatial Window toolbar to navigate and change the view you see.

B1 - Navigation tools

 

PanClick and drag in any direction to display information outside the boundaries of the screen.
Zoom InClick to decrease the scale. Each time you click the image it becomes larger, or click and drag to define an area you wish to enlarge.
Zoom OutClick to increase the scale. Each time you click the image becomes smaller.
Zoom PreviousClick to display the previous view.
Zoom LayerClick to display the minimum display scale of the active layer, or the maximum extent of the active layer when no scale is defined.
Zoom SelectionClick to view the extent of the selected features.
Zoom Area of InterestClick to view the extent of a defined area of interest.

 

 Info: You can also type the desired scale in the Scale area. .

 

Area of interest tools

You can define and save areas of interest in the Spatial Window.

Define area of interest by RectangleClick and drag to define an area of interest by a rectangle.
Define area of interest by CircleClick and drag to define an area of interest by a circle.
Define area of interest by PolygonClick to define an area of interest by polygon. Double click to close the polygon.
Load area of interestClick to load an area of interest previously defined and saved.
Save an area of interestClick to save a defined area of interest to a file.

Selection tools

Select IndividualClick to select spatial features in the active layer.
Select by RectangleClick and drag to select spatial features defined in a rectangle.
Select by CircleClick and drag to select spatial features defined in a circle.
Select by PolygonClick to select spatial features defined in a polygon. Double click to close the polygon.