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The hand tool the zoom tools the Zoom commands and the Navigator palette let you view different areas of an image at different magnifications. You can open additional windows to display several views at once (such as different magnifications) of an image. You can also change the screen display mode to change the appearance of the Photoshop or ImageReady work area.

Changing the screen display mode

The window controls let you change the screen display mode including menu bar title bar and scroll bar options.

To change the screen display mode:

Click a screen mode button in the toolbox:

The left button   displays the default window with a menu bar at the top and scroll bars on the sides.

The center button   displays a full-screen window with a menu bar and a 50% gray background but no title bar or scroll bars.

The right button   displays a full-screen window with a black background but no title bar menu bar or scroll bars.

Using the document window

The document window is where your image appears Depending on the screen display mode (see Changing the screen display mode on page 33) the document window may include a title bar and scroll bar.

In ImageReady the document window allows you to switch easily between original and optimized views of an image using tabs and to view the original image and multiple versions of an optimized image simultaneously For information on changing the view in the document window see “Viewing optimized images (ImageReady) on page 418

You can open multiple windows to display different views of the same file A list of open windows appears in the Window menu Available memory may limit the number of windows per image.

To open multiple views of the same image:

Do one of the following:

Choose Window > Documents > New Window.

(ImageReady) Drag any tab away from the document window.

To arrange multiple windows:

Do one of the following:

Choose Window > Documents > Cascade to display windows stacked and cascading from the upper left to the lower right of the screen.

Choose Window > Documents > Tile to display windows edge to edge.

To close windows:

Choose a command:

Choose File > Close to close the active window.

(Mac OS) Choose File > Close All to close all windows.

(Windows) Choose Window > Documents > Close All to close all windows.

Navigating the view area

If the entire image is not visible in the document window you can navigate to bring another area of the image into view.

In Photoshop you can also use the Navigator palette to quickly change the view of an image.

To view another area of an image:

Do one of the following:

Use the window scroll bars.

Select the hand tool   and drag to pan over the image.

To use the hand tool while another tool is selected hold down the spacebar as you drag in the image.

To move the view of an image using the Navigator palette (Photoshop):

Choose Window > Navigator.

Do one of the following:

Drag the view box in the thumbnail of the image which represents the boundaries of the image window.

Click in the thumbnail of the image. The new view includes the area you click.

To change the color of the Navigator palette view box (Photoshop):

Choose Palette Options from the Navigator palette menu.

Choose a color:

To use a preset color choose an option for Color.

To specify a different color click the color box and choose a color For more information on choosing colors see Using the Adobe Color Picker on page 261

Magnifying and reducing the view

You can magnify or reduce your view using various methods. The window s title bar displays the zoom percentage (unless the window is too small for the display to fit) as does the status bar at the bottom of the window.



Note: The 100% view of an image displays an image as it will appear in a browser (based on the monitor resolution and the image resolution). (See About image size and resolution on page 62

To zoom in:

Do one of the following:

Select the zoom tool . The pointer becomes a magnifying glass with a plus sign in its center . Click the area you want to magnify Each click magnifies the image to the next preset percentage centering the display around the point you click. When the image has reached its maximum magnification level of 1600% the magnifying glass appears empty.

Click the Zoom In button   in the options bar to magnify to the next preset percentage. When the image has reached its maximum magnification level the command is dimmed.

Choose View > Zoom In to magnify to the next preset percentage. When the image has reached its maximum magnification level the command is dimmed.

(Photoshop) Enter a magnification level in the Zoom text box at the lower left of the window.

(ImageReady) Click on the Zoom Level pop-up menu at the bottom left of the document window and choose a zoom level.

To zoom out:

Do one of the following:

Select the zoom tool Hold down Alt ( Windows) or Option (Mac OS) to activate the zoom-out tool. The pointer becomes a magnifying glass with a minus sign in its center

. Click the center of the area of the image you want to reduce Each click reduces the view to the previous preset percentage. When the file has reached its maximum reduction level the magnifying glass appears empty.

Click the Zoom out button   in the options bar to reduce to the previous preset percentage. When the image has reached its maximum reduction level the command is dimmed.

Choose View > Zoom Out to reduce to the previous preset percentage. When the image reaches its maximum reduction level the command is dimmed.

(Photoshop) Enter a reduction level in the Zoom text box at the lower left of the window.

(ImageReady) Click on the Zoom Level pop-up menu at the lower left of the document window and choose a zoom level.

To magnify by dragging:

Select the zoom tool.

Drag over the part of the image you want to magnify.

The area inside the zoom marquee is displayed at the highest possible magnification.

To move the marquee around the artwork in Photoshop begin dragging a marquee and then hold down the spacebar while dragging the marquee to a new location.

To display an image at 100%:

Do one of the following:

Double-click the zoom tool.

Choose View > Actual Pixels (Photoshop) or View > Actual Size (ImageReady).

To change the view to fit the screen:

Do one of the following:

Double-click the hand tool.

Choose View > Fit on Screen.

These options scale both the zoom level and the window size to fit the available screen space.

To automatically resize the window when magnifying or reducing the view:

With the Zoom tool active select Resize Windows to Fit in the options bar. The window resizes when you magnify or reduce the view of the image.

When Resize Windows to Fit is deselected (the default) the window maintains a constant size regardless of the image s magnification. This can be helpful when using smaller monitors or working with tiled views.

To automatically resize the window when zooming in or out using keyboard shortcuts (Photoshop):

Do one of the following:

In Windows or Mac OS 9.x choose Edit > Preferences > General.

In Mac OS X choose Photoshop > Preferences > General.

Select Keyboard Zoom Resizes Windows.






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