Using the Navigator palette

You can change the magnification factor of an image using the Navigator palette or the Zoom Tool on the toolbox. By double-clicking the Zoom text box on the Navigator palette, you can enter a new magnification factor, then press [Enter] (Win) or [return] (Mac). The magnification factor—shown as a percentage—is displayed in the lower-left corner of the Navigator palette, as shown in Figure 39. The red border in the palette, called the Proxy Preview Area, defines the area of the image that is magnified. You can drag the Proxy Preview Area inside the Navigator palette to view other areas of the image at the current magnification factor.

FIGURE 39

Navigator palette

Viewed area of image

FIGURE 40

Page Setup dialog box

FIGURE 41

Print dialog box

Copies to be printed

FIGURE 41

Print dialog box

Copies to be printed

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