1. Click the Zoom Tool A on the toolbox.
2. Select the Resize Windows To Fit check box
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3. Position the Zoom In pointer over the center of the image, then click the image.
I TIP Position the pointer over the part of the image you want to keep in view.
4. Press [Alt] (Win) or [option] (Mac), then when the Zoom Out pointer appears, click the center of the image twice with the Zoom Out pointer
5. Release [Alt] (Win) or [option] (Mac), then compare your image to Figure 38.
The zoom factor for the image is 66.7%. Your zoom factor may differ.
You selected the Zoom Tool on the toolbox and used it to zoom in to and out of the image. The Zoom Tool makes it possible to see the detail in specific areas of an image, or to see the whole image at once, depending on your needs.
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