Navigating the User Interface > Navigating Figures
Navigating Figures
Use the following commands to navigate the active 2D and 3D figures. They are on the Home tab or on the Parts tab in the Navigation group.
Only commands that are relevant to the active figure will be available.
Click Zoom All.
Resizes the figure so all parts are visible inside the figure window.
Zoom All ignores phantom parts.
Click Zoom All Parts.
Resizes the figure so that all visible content, including parts, explode lines and symbols are visible inside the figure window.
Zoom All Parts does not include insets, stamps, constructions, callouts and measurements.
Click Zoom Window. In the figure window, drag the pointer to select a rectangular zoom area.
The selected zoom area expands to fit the figure window.
Double-click Zoom Window to keep the tool open while you select a zoom area any number of times.
Click Zoom Window again to close the tool.
Each time you select a zoom area, it expands to fit the figure window.
Select items and click Zoom Selected.
Resizes the figure so all selected items, including annotations, are visible inside the figure window.
If an annotation without leader lines is the only selected item, it will pan to the center of the figure window.
Annotations that reference 3D geometry, such as callouts, zoom both the label and the corresponding item, and move them to the center of the figure window.
Click Spin Center, point inside the figure window, and then hold down the middle mouse button. When the pointer becomes a , drag it to spin the figure.
If the Navigation model is set to ProductView in Creo Illustrate Options, hold down the right mouse button to spin.
Spins the figure around the spin center.
Click the arrow under Spin Center, and then select Set Spin Center from the menu. In the figure window, the pointer becomes a . Point at the new spin center location and click.
Sets or resets the spin center at the point you select.
Click Orientation, and then select an orientation from the list.
Orients the figure.
Click Go to Figure View, and either select Go to Figure View or set the current view as Figure View.
Displays the figure you select.