By default, zoom is 100% when you create a document. The page scale can be changed up or down using the zoom control tools or via the Command menu. Zoom tools include:
•Zoom value input field
•Fixed zoom values list
You can also use keyboard shortcuts to adjust the zoom:
• ( ): Set the scale to 100%.
•and ( and ) or + ( +): Zoom in by 10% or to the nearest value multiple of 10.
•and ( and ): Zoom out by 10% or to the nearest value multiple of 10.
To display the page in the full width of the workspace, in the lower right corner of the application window, click the button.
The field in the lower right corner of the application window displays the scale of the current slide. The user can change the slide display scale by entering any value into this field.
To enter the zoom value, follow these steps:
1.Left-click the current zoom value. The field will go into edit mode.
2.Enter the new zoom value and press ( ).
The lower right part of the application window displays a zoom slider for zooming in or out the document you are working on:
To zoom in, move the slider to the right or click the button to the right of the ruler. To zoom out, move the slider to the left or click the button to the left of the ruler.
If you click the button, one click increases or decreases the scale by 10%, or to the nearest multiple of ten, if the original value is not a multiple of ten.
To set the scale to 100%, move the slider to the mark in the middle of the slider or left-click the mark.
The fixed zoom values range allows selecting one of the preset zoom values.
To select the value:
1.On the zoom slider, click . Click to the left of the zoom slider. Or use the Command menu and select > .
2.Select the desired zoom in per cents or one of the preset zoom values from the opened list:
• Display the entire page.
•Display the document on two pages which take the entire page width.
• Display multiple pages entirely (the number of pages in one row depends on the window size of the application).
• Display the page fitted to window width.
• or Increase or decrease the scale by 10%.
The values , , are mutually exclusive.